Leeds Tech Firm Creates Jobs
Infinity Works to create new jobs in the tech sector for its digital transformation.
05:31 21 June 2020
Leeds-based technology services firm Infinity Works has created a "scores" of new jobs to meet the growing demand of health and care providers, supermarkets, financial services firms, online gaming companies and other businesses across different sectors that are currently focusing on digital transformation. The firm, which reported a 67per cent increase in revenue last year, said that it has seen "continued growth" through the pandemic.
James O'Donovan, operations director at Infinity Works, commented: "We are investing in new tech sector jobs to help meet customer demand for our digital transformation services and we are proud to be supporting the economic recovery in the wake of coronavirus.
"Our customers want to build resilience into their business propositions, mitigate risk and provide a higher degree of personalisation to their clients."
Jen Riley, head of talent acquisition, added: "We are looking for brilliant engineers with a 'learn-it-all' mindset and a curious approach to understanding customer problems.
"Infinity Works is known for having broadly skilled people who serve our customers in an honest and industrious way.
"We are hiring across a wide range of disciplines and at different stages of careers and bring people through our in-house academy, which is proving successful for our customers and our business too."