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Belfast software firm creates 15 jobs in cloud storage push

By Rachel Martin

Published 18/11/2016

Market growth: Denis Murphy
Market growth: Denis Murphy

Belfast software company Anaeko has created 15 new high-paid jobs as it ramps up its share of the cloud storage market.

The firm, which already employs a total of 30 people, has worked with global technology companies in mobile computing, social media and data analytics. Anaeko is boosting its workforce with assistance from Invest NI.

The jobs will include engineers, developers and senior managers and will have an average salary of £44,000. Chief executive Denis Murphy said: "Over the years we have developed hundreds of disruptive technology products and solutions for start-ups and multi-billion dollar companies alike.

"Our strategy to focus on the fastest growing cloud technologies leverages our unique competencies in these rapidly expanding markets.

"With Invest NI's support we are moving quickly to put in place a highly-skilled workforce that will enable us to grow our share of the software-defined storage, enterprise cloud platforms and cloud monitoring markets."

Economy Minister Simon Hamilton said the company, which is based at Weavers Court, is experiencing "unprecedented growth" in its field.

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