IT recruitment celebrates 55% profits rise with new division launch

Gross profit at IT recruitment specialists Be-IT has increased by 55% with turnover increasing to £11.2 million in their fourth full year of trading.

The firm is nalso to launch a new transformation division, dedicated to helping businesses manage digital disruption and regulatory change.

[adbutler zone_id=’297765′]

The team will focus primarily on providing expert staff to the financial services sector experienced in effective business change.

Managing Director Nikola Kelly believes the new division could be worth 25% of total revenue in the medium term.

She said: “Our business is buoyant, and we see creating this new division as a tremendous opportunity to expand and increase our offering to new and existing clients.

“These are turbulent times for business with disruption being caused by many different factors. Brexit will have a huge impact, not least significant regulatory overhaul, while increasing digitisation is having a profound influence on everything we do.

“Our new division will be able to ensure businesses are able to find the best people to help them deal with these issues.

“We have experience building other teams operating in the same market and are confident this new focus will be of great value to Be-IT.”

Increasing digitalisation in business and public services, cyber protection, Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data are all having a significant impact on the UK marketplace.

Due to the nature of the disruption, Be-IT CEO Gareth Biggerstaff believes the new division will have the opportunity to work across the UK.

He said: “These are challenging and changing times for business. Keeping up to speed with digital technology and regulatory change requires specialist skills and proven experience.

“With Brexit imminent we recognise the increasing regulatory demands that are starting to filter through to our clients and we wish to support them through this period by offering specialist resource that can guide them through potential minefields.”

[yikes-mailchimp form=”2″ title=”1″ description=”1″]


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


Our Other Titles


Scottish SMEs receive £4m in loan funding through Business Loans Scotland

SIXTY-two business owners across Scotland have received a loan from Business Loans Scotland to support the start-up and growth of their company.

Social media agency marks anniversary with £1m turnover

SCOTTISH specialist social media agency Hydrogen is set to celebrate its fourth anniversary with the news that it has broken the £1m...

Edinburgh space data company secures new funding

EDINBURGH-based business Astrosat is propelling itself to the forefront of international Space Applications and innovation with support from the Scottish Government and...

Scotland charges ahead as country’s largest electric vehicle charging station officially opens

THE largest electric vehicle (EV) charging station in Scotland has officially opened in Falkirk. The £1.4m facility at the...

Former IBM Greencok site cleared ahed of potential £100m rejuvenation

GROUNDWORK to prepare the historic IBM Greenock site for a potential £100million residential and commercial transformation has begun in earnest.