Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 18 April 2015

IT company in line for growth with 10 new jobs

A Belfast-based IT company is taking on 10 new people in a major expansion.

Automated Intelligence, which employs 20 people, said it is expanding to meet the demands of a growing number of customers.

The company is taking on software developers, a service delivery manager and a quality assurance engineer for its Belfast office, as well as a a pre-sales consultant who will be based in London.

Chief technology officer and co-founder Simon Cole stated: "We're looking for good people to join our extremely vibrant and innovation-focused team, people with drive, energy, personality and purpose.

"The company is expanding very successfully and is moving into new markets so we want people who will grab the opportunity and see it for what it is – a chance to join something inspiring, and help to shape it."

Automated Intelligence develops enterprise software applications for clients including the UK's Department of Health and Department of Education.

It has an office at Queen's Road in Belfast and another in Bristol.

The company was recently recognised as one of the top 12 small UK-owned IT companies by analysis firm TechMarketView.

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