Bike.rent Manager founder Doug Stoddart

Bike rental software company bike.rent Manager expands with seven new appointments 

The bicycle rental software brand bike.rent Manager continues to expand, as it announces seven new appointments.

Riley Ramone joins bike.rent Manager (BRM) as head of engineering, having previously helped deliver software with Friends Reunited, HSBC, and Nando’s. Ramone will oversee the engineering department. 

He said: “I joined BRM because I wanted to be part of a growing and ambitious company. With my role, I am thrilled to be heading up the development team, have the opportunity to take the engineering department to the next level and have such a pivotal role in BRM’s future.” 

Chris Jackson has also joined the engineering team at BRM, with eight years of experience in engineering, previously working for Fujitsu and Ford. 

Jackson said: “I knew BRM was the right fit for me when I spoke to our founder, Doug Stoddart. We share the same aspiration for the engineering department, where we are looking to expand our existing software. I look forward to working with the rest of the engineering department to help take our offering to the next level.” 

Bike.rent Manager, founded in 2010 and based in London, lets rental businesses manage their entire operation. 

Also joining the business are five additional members, including Alex Adderley as a business analyst and Emily Campbell as a quality assurance engineer. 

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Founder Doug Stoddart said: “We are thrilled to see the business continue to grow quickly as we expand our offering. We are currently working with over 700 rental stores worldwide and our new additions means the bike rental experience will be seamless for consumers.

“With these new hires, we aim to hit our goal of adding thousands of stores to our platform. We will be adding powerful new functionality to our platform to benefit both cyclists and rental stores alike.”

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