Fargo Systems, the logistics industry’s digital TMS provider of choice, has welcomed former employee Adam Cunnew back to the business as a systems analyst.
During the previous 12 months, Adam took the opportunity to upskill and achieved the PRINCE2 (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) certification in project management. His extensive knowledge and additional expertise will undoubtedly contribute to Fargo Systems’ continued success in delivering cutting-edge transport management systems to its clients.
Adam’s dedication to continuous improvement is evident in his decision to invest his time in external qualifications. Achieving PRINCE2, the globally recognised de facto standard in project management demonstrates his commitment to enhancing his skills and contributing even more effectively to Fargo Systems’ projects.
Adam joined Fargo Systems as an apprentice in 2016 as a first-line support and QA Tester. After completing his apprenticeship, Adam took up the role of product consultant, building a solid foundation in analysis and development over the following six years.
“We are thrilled to welcome Adam back to the Fargo Systems team said Managing Director Steve Collins. “His dedication to personal and professional growth is truly commendable. With his newly acquired PRINCE2 certification, we anticipate Adam will bring a fresh perspective and enhanced project management skills to our business. As we continue to strive for excellence in delivering logistics software solutions, Adam’s return comes as an asset that aligns perfectly with our goals.”
Adam’s return to Fargo Systems signals the company’s commitment to fostering a culture of ongoing development and innovation. His comprehensive skill set and the company’s robust resources and collaborative environment position Fargo Systems as a reliable partner for clients seeking innovative transport planning and resource scheduling solutions.