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PCH firm ups human resource skills for better results

PC House PLC has announced the promotions of key members of its staff as part of reorganization plans to support the company’s strategic vision to double its revenue next year. “Driven by their philosophy that employees are the bedrock of their success, PCH continues to recruit, reward and competitively remunerate its staff in order to maintain its position as the leader in ICT solutions,” a company statement said, without giving details of the promotions.

It said over the past several years, PCH has been developing all its business enterprises to keep up with the fast paced industry growth. FY 2011/2012, in particular, has been dedicated to stabilizing and strengthening the human resource force to meet the expected operational demands.

S.H.M. Rishan, Chairman of PCH said, “These individuals are well respected in their industries and we are fortunate to have been able to recruit them as members of our management team. Their appointments are the result of their extensive experience, the respect they earned from their colleagues, customers and partners, and the contributions they have made in their previous roles.”

One of the many human resource success stories is the rise through the ranks of Thufail Musadeen, Head of Regional and Retail Business. Mr Musadeen started off his career at PCH in 2000 as a computer operator and cashier and has, over the past decade, risen in the ranks from sales executive to head the entire regional and retail operation.

PCH also made other significant promotions in the Sales, Marketing and Operations divisions. These promotions come at a time when the company is making great strides in the industry.

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