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Nitec Celebrates Growth by Creating Jobs for New Office in Coleraine

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Nitec has announced the opening of a new office space in Coleraine from September 2019 in line with their plans for future expansion.

The award–winning Microsoft Partner of the Year has opened its second office in response to both an accelerated growth in the company and to be more accessible to Nitec’s North West–based clients. The new office is located in Kilsandel House, a business and events space developed by Causeway Enterprise Agency, and is expected to accommodate Nitec’s changing business needs and expanding team.

Nitec’s Director of Operations, Michael Hutchinson, says: “We’re seen remarkable growth in our business over the last few years and setting up an additional base in Coleraine will help us to extend our reach and responsiveness to our growing client base in Northern Ireland. As a result, our team has grown as well – we have almost doubled in size in just a few short years to a team of over 50 staff in our Antrim office and the new space in Coleraine will enable our team to expand even further.

“As part of our plans to expand, we have a number of opportunities available for people to join our team, including Project Managers, Service Desk Engineers and Software Developers. While we’ll continue to work as one team, it is both our hope and expectation that the option to hot–desk in the Antrim and Coleraine offices as required will make the daily commute easier for our staff living in the wider Coleraine and Causeway areas.”

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