Dynamic Signal opens Belfast office with 100 new tech jobs

  • Silicon Valley-based software firm Dynamic Signal is opening a new office in Belfast and has announced the creation of 100 new tech jobs.

    Dynamic Signal is bringing its Employee Communication and Engagement Platform to Belfast with the opening of a new technology centre in the city, whch will create 100 new tech jobs. The firm's platform helps companies communicate with their employees across all devices, and is used by ober 30% of all Fortune 500 companies.

    The Belfast technology centre will be focused on software development work and customer service roles, with average salaries around the mid-£30k range and plans to hire up to 100 staff over the next three to four years. Dynamic Signal's Belfast efforts are currently based at River House in Belfast, with seven staff already in place there and hiring now beginning.

    Invest NI has offered Dynamic Signal £650,000 towards creating the new job roles, which are expected to contribute over £3.4m in wages to the Northern Ireland economy once they're filled. "Hiring candidates from the outstanding talent pool that we have here in Belfast will allow us to meet our ambitious growth plans," explained Dynamic Signal's VP of Engineering and Belfast Site Lead Samantha Kirk.

    Steve Heyman, co-Founder and Dynamic Signal COO commented on the firm's platform: "Dynamic Signal’s platform serves companies with upwards of 500 employees, and in particular, those with a high number of deskless or dispersed employees see the greatest benefit from our innovative solution. Our software allows company communication, HR, and marketing teams to segment staff and tailor different messages to different user groups, which we see as a real strength of our offering."

    Source: Written based on press release

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