TDSi Appoints New Technical Author

 Integrated security manufacturer TDSi, is pleased to announce it has appointed new Technical Author Rob Twine. Rob joins the team to help create new technical documents and literature, as well as ensuring existing documentation meets the needs of customers and partners.


TDSi’s Managing Director, John Davies commented, “We are delighted to welcome Rob to the ever-expanding TDSi team. Expert documentation is a key part of our product offering and a vital support for the installers and customers that buy from us, so Rob has a crucial role to play. With a proven track record in technical writing, he has the skills and knowledge to ensure we continue to offer the written support that is needed.”


Rob is also excited to be taking on his new role at TDSi, “I am looking forward gaining fresh knowledge from the expert development team. This is my first role in the security industry, but it is a vibrant sector with much to offer and I feel TDSi is a perfect place for me to further hone my skills.”


Rob continued, “TDSi has an impressive track record in innovation and market-leading technology, so I feel this is the ideal opportunity for me. I have many ideas that I’m excited to bring to the table, to help TDSi continue to grow and expand moving forward.”


Bournemouth born and bred, 25-year-old Rob worked in the Mobile Technology and Computer Learning industry as a Technical Knowledge Author in Poole before joining TDSi. With a keen interest in project management, he also gained a PRINCE2 Foundation (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) qualification earlier this year.


Rob concluded, “As a bit of gaming nerd, I’m interested in anything digital or technical and passionate about being creative. My new role at TDSi gives me the scope to bring these skills to bear and to work with a friendly and driven team, to offer the best service to our customers. I am looking forward to playing my part and supporting the company’s ongoing success.”


For further details on TDSi please visit or phone +44 (0)1202 723535.


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For more information on TDSi please visit or call +44 (0)1202 723 535.


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