A TECHNOLOGY company is looking for new staff members after launching a recruitment drive.

Accrington-based Sundown Solutions, which provides IT consultancy and management solutions to other companies, is aiming to recruit 20 more people, adding to a workforce that is already 33 strong.

This comes after the firm added a series of new clients to its roster.

Chief operating officer Kelly-Ann Groves said: "We're always on the hunt for talented people who share our passion for making technology work for our clients.

"Our ethos is to ensure that organisations of all sizes and types benefit from technology and that it works for them, and not the other way round.

"We're looking for people that have excellent technical skills but are equally as good at developing strong relationships with our clients and helping solve their problems."

The technology consultancy, which also has a US division in Fort Worth, Dallas, is hoping to appoint a range of people within the coming weeks.

Sundown Solutions also says it has an academy where employees are enrolled to learn new technical skills.

Ms Groves said: "We're a rapidly growing business, and we need people to help us grow.

"Although we're looking for experienced IT experts, we also want to speak to school or college leavers who want to develop a career in technology."

This comes not long after the firm helped to develop a QR code that can be worn on a wristband, known as the yellow bracelet, or stored on a smart phone and which provides details of the wearer's care plan, emergency contacts and Covid-19 test results and vaccination status.

Sundown Solutions believes this could be key to getting people back into sports stadiums and large venues as lockdown restrictions ease.

The company also counts the NHS, the National Audit Office, the College of Police and the World Health Organisation amongst its clients.

To find out more, go to: https://www.sundownsolutions.com/.