The head of US tech firm Unosquare has said the company expects to surpass the 100 jobs it pledged to create in Belfast two years ago.
Speaking ahead of the start of Northern Ireland's biggest tech event Digital DNA today in St George's Market, Giancarlo Di Vece said the firm is looking at ways to hire more staff at its Belfast base.
The software engineering company announced 100 jobs in April 2017 to support its expansion into the UK and Europe but is on target to surpass the figure by the end of the year.
He said: "Our original promise was to grow our team to 100 people, but due to our successes we're examining ways to increase beyond that number.
"As a high-quality software development organisation, top-tier talent is paramount to our success. We looked at six different countries and Northern Ireland was a perfect fit for our vision of a global distributed agile augmentation company that's committed to generating well-being in every region it works in."