Tech company Neueda, which opened its first Spanish base in Malaga in late 2017, is on track to fill all 15 initial roles there this month and is seeking to double the Malaga workforce over the next 9 months.
Headquartered in Northern Ireland, Neueda has a growing talent pool of around 350 experienced staff and associates delivering large-scale, mission critical software projects for clients internationally. In October 2017, the company invested £500k to open a Software Delivery Centre of Excellence in Malaga, at Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía (PTA), in line with its ambitious international growth strategy.
Neueda initially targeted to employ 15 software specialists, is now ahead of projections and is now seeking further talented developers, especially those with Java and C++ expertise.
“We continue to be impressed by the tremendous breadth and depth of the technical talent pool in Malaga and are delighted to have filled our initial intake of roles at our Spanish base ahead of schedule."
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Its premises in PTA were selected to help accommodate the growth of the firm’s work with capital markets, private sector and public sector clients. Neueda’s European Software Delivery Centres in Belfast and Malaga have been working in unison to deliver innovative digital solutions that enable its customers to transform and improve the way they do business.
Commenting on its Malaga operations at the official opening event, Brendan Monaghan, Neueda CEO, said: “We continue to be impressed by the tremendous breadth and depth of the technical talent pool in Malaga and are delighted to have filled our initial intake of roles at our Spanish base ahead of schedule. Neueda is also keen to attract talent who wish to take advantage of our UK and Spain bases and spend some time rotating between our delivery locations for short, medium or long-term placements.”
“We now seek to double our footprint in Malaga and strengthen the link between our Spanish and Belfast teams, who are working together seamlessly to service our international clients.”
The president of PTA, José Luis Ruiz Espejo, thanked the confidence Neueda has entrusted to the PTA and is very pleased that Neueda, in such a short period of time, has met its initial expectations and has plans to double its number of staff in the coming months.
Ruiz Espejo highlighted that there are already more than 60 foreign companies at the PTA: "We have consolidated a brand that has made us the main pole of attraction of foreign investment in the region. Data from the last three years indicates an upward trend in the arrival of foreign companies, with 25 new companies."
According to the president, foreign companies account for just over 30 percent of total jobs in the PTA, with 5.600 employees and revenues around 700 million, representing around 40 percent of the total turnover of the Technology Park.
For more information on employment opportunities available at Neueda Malaga, visit www.neueda.com/malaga