02/06/2016

US Software Engineering Firm Establishes New Office In Belfast

A US software engineering firm has set up a new office in Belfast.

iManage will also create 18 new jobs and the roles include product architects, senior developers, junior developers and support engineers.

Ten of the jobs are already in place, with the remaining to be filled during the next quarter.

Invest Northern Ireland Chief Executive, Alastair Hamilton, made the announcement and said Northern Ireland is continuing to grow as an attractive place for foreign direct investment.
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Mr Hamilton said: "iManage provides work product management products for legal, accounting and financial services firms. The company supports over 3,000 organisations including over 1,800 law firms and is a global leader in its field. This project, which will see the establishment of a software engineering centre in Belfast, is highly innovative and marks a significant leap forward in the company’s growth plans."

Invest NI offered the firm £90,000 of support for the 18 new jobs.

Ian Raine has joined as Director of Product Management to oversee the centre with Bernadette McCoy as Director of Engineering.

(CD)

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