30/08/2016

Lisburn Firm To Create 14 New Jobs

P2V Systems in Lisburn is to create 14 new jobs following support from Invest Northern Ireland.

The firm, which provides IT services to public and private sector businesses, plans to double its workforce by 2018.

Economy Minister Simon Hamilton said: "P2V Systems has established robust business partnerships with BT, HP and others and delivered exemplary services to customers on behalf of these partners. The company is determined to take the business to the next level and the creation of these 14 new positions will facilitate its growth and expansion strategy.
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"With an average salary of £35,000, the new roles will provide opportunities for IT consultants, account managers, business development managers and marketing executives and will generate nearly half a million pounds in additional salaries to the Northern Ireland economy each year."

Invest Northern Ireland has offered the company an employment grant of £98,100 towards the 14 new jobs, two of which are already in place.

Stephen McCann, MD of P2V Systems said: "Last year was very productive in winning new business and new customers and as a result our turnover has jumped by over 100%. We intend to capitalise on current opportunities within the GB market and these new positions will help us form a strong team to drive the business forward."

(CD)

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