Belfast Telegraph

Kainos set to open Danish office to meet fresh demand

By John Mulgrew

Stock market-listed local software business Kainos is expanding operations with a new office in Denmark.

The Belfast-based firm is opening a base in Copenhagen to "meet growing demand" in Europe for its WorkSmart business, which covers areas including payroll and fiance.

Malachy Smith, head of Kainos' WorkSmart division, said: "This new office is another sign of progress in our workday services business, which is gaining real momentum across Europe.

"We have already established a solid pipeline in the region which we will be better placed to service with our on-the-ground presence."

Kristian Rude, who will head up the new office, added: "Kainos is unique among workday partners with a winning culture, a competitive delivery model, solid references, unique tools and excellent people.

"I'm excited to have been given the opportunity to spearhead Kainos' workday operation in these regions."

Kainos, which is headed by Co Antrim man Brendan Mooney, already has offices in Dublin, the US and Poland.

The business is a digital services company that provides information technology expertise across a number of sectors, particularly government, financial services and healthcare.

It employs more than 1,000 staff.

Belfast Telegraph

Weekly Business Digest Newsletter

This week's business news headlines, directly to your inbox every Tuesday.