Growth at Systal Technology sees 40 new jobs

Glasgow-based IT Services Integrator, Systal Technology Solutions has won a raft of new business which will see the firm create 40 new jobs.

This follows an exceptional period of growth for the business, during which they have completed a number of high profile projects, including the expansion of their capabilities to include an onshore Incident Management team; a move that involved hiring 30 skilled members of staff.

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The company has also recently invested in new state of the art premises to act as a dedicated build and test facility. This specialised environment will allow Systal to undertake detailed tests on their hardware before it is deployed in real world conditions.

Neil Nicolson, Director at Systal said: “2018 has been a great year for Systal so far, and we are very pleased to see part of our ambitious plan for growth coming to fruition with these 40 new roles. We are always on the lookout for talented individuals to work with us across our global client portfolio.”

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