Belfast digital company creating 165 jobs in a £12m investment
A digital company in Belfast is creating 165 jobs paying an average of nearly £34,000 in a £12m investment.
Neueda carries out major software projects from its base in Weavers Court in south Belfast.
It wants to fill 130 technical roles from entry-level positions to experienced software engineering jobs.
The remaining 35 jobs are in consulting and project delivery posts, as well as sales and business operations.
Sales at the Northern Irish firm have been growing by 30% year on year since 2012 — and it wants revenues to reach £100m by 2022.
Its latest investment is backed by economic development agency Invest NI. Chief executive Alastair Hamilton said: “The high quality new jobs being announced today will generate £5.6m annually in additional salaries and offer employment opportunities across a range of disciplines, both for graduates and experienced professionals.”
Chief executive Brendan Monaghan said: “We’ve a great team of committed, talented people and their combined efforts have helped us achieve strong growth over the last five years.
“Together we are building something special and we’re keen to accelerate to the next level. This investment in new people will help us broaden our reach and cement our position with customers in capital markets, utilities and across the public sector.”
Belfast Telegraph Digital