Wellington-based software firm recruits developer as expansion continues

“He is highly motivated to make a contribution to the company and our community."

Solity Software, the Wellington-based software company specialising in crisis/incident management and business continuity, has appointed a further software developer to its team in the form of Daniel Graser.

At Solity, Graser is now part of the software development team responsible for the development, testing and subsequent implementation of the platforms new features and applications.

Graser has a Bachelor of Science majoring in engineering physics from the Münster University of Applied Sciences in Germany.

As part of his studies, he spent a semester at the University of Canterbury as an international student studying engineering and physics in 2013 - this experience encouraged him to return to this country after graduating.

“Daniel’s appointment comes as Solity is executing its growth strategy, growing its customer base and forming strategic partnerships with IT services companies,” says Israel Reyes, Managing Director, Solity Software.

“He is highly motivated to make a contribution to the company and our community, as Solity looks to extend the suit of services provided on our software platform.”

Established in 2012 by technology entrepreneur Reyes, Solity develops cloud-based mobile software products for public and private sector businesses that provide the managers in those enterprises with the tools and information required to control and recover mission-critical operations and information.

Reyes says Solity is currently engaging with a number of strategic partners, having secured sufficient capital to be able to accelerate local and offshore market penetration of its innovative software solutions.

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