IntaPeople has opened a new offices in London dedicated to finding recruits to fill data management and infrastructure roles in the city.
The Cardiff-based firm, which specialises in IT recruitment, stated that it seen a rise in demand amongst its clients for professional with a specialist expertise in big data, data warehousing, data analytics and IT infrastructure. The new London office is situated at Juxon House, 100 St Paul’s Churchyard.
Founded in 1994, IntaPeople works with some of the world’s most recognisable organisations, including the BBC and Hewlett-Packard.
In the past couple of weeks the company has revealed a partnership with Alert Logic, a provider of cloud solutions, to help build the American company’s European headquarters in Cardiff.
Speaking about the decision to open a new office, IntaPeople’s operations director, Phil Handley, stated: “We have been closely monitoring this sector for several years and our consultants are spending an increasing amount of time with clients in London. Now is the right time to open an office.”
Head of data management at IntaPeople, Gareth Davies, commented on the data management job sector: “This is a young, technical and constantly evolving sector, full of challenges. But it has enormous potential.”
By: Kirsty MacGregor
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