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Belfast software firm creates 10 jobs to support continuing growth

Instil chief executive Tara Simpson

INSTIL Software in Belfast, a provider of bespoke software solutions and training services, is investing over the next 12 months to recruit an additional 10 staff to support its global growth plans.

Instil has recently moved to grade A offices in Belfast's Linen Loft and signed a licensing deal for its multi-video streaming product Surge.

The investment will help to accelerate product growth in this specific market.

Tara Simpson, chief executive of Instil, said: “Our company operates in an extremely competitive and fast-paced industry. First class developers have played a fundamental role in our year on year growth and we want to continue to invest locally by recruiting for 10 new engineering roles.

"We have just signed a major contract for our Surge product and further investment will enhance our position in the industry and enable us to compete across Europe and further afield.”

Since inception in 2005, Instil has developed bespoke software solutions and delivered training for some of the biggest names in the software industry, while its team works across a range of technologies and industries including Java, Kotlin, C#, mobile, cloud, telecoms, medical, and finance.

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