Expleo NI to create 100 new Belfast jobs by 2023

  • Tech firm Expleo has announced that it plans to create 100 new jobs in its Belfast office by 2023.

    The company will be recruiting for roles in artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, quality engineering, project management and business agility. 

    Rob McConnell, Director at Expleo Group said: “With a rich pool of talent to draw from in Northern Ireland, we look forward to scaling our team and broadening our services portfolio to accommodate the evolving needs of local and international clients. As ever, the confluence of people and technological prowess will be the driving force behind our next chapter of success."

    The company's Northern Ireland staff base has increased from 70 people to 100 between 2017 and 2020, in which the business also saw a 125% increase in Northern Ireland revenue.

    Expleo delivers tailored tech solutions for public and private sector clients, both local to and outside of Northern Ireland.

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    Its portfolio extends to project management, business analysis, digital transformation, software quality assurance and development, including full stack and low-code services.

    Mr McConnell continued: “As both public and private sector leaders seek to harness innovative solutions, they need like-minded partners that have the technical acumen and repertoire of tools and skills to facilitate fast-tracked digital transformation. At Expleo, we are proud to be this trusted delivery partner.”

    Last year, Expleo spent more than 1,000 hours quality testing the StopCOVID NI contact tracing app, designed for interoperability with the COVID Tracker app deployed in the Republic of Ireland.

    The organisation also claimed the 'Best Place to Work in IT' award at the Belfast Telegraph IT Awards in 2019 and 2020.

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