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Digital technology specialist Incremental Group has successfully secured £500,000 of Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) support from Scottish Enterprise, helping it to facilitate expansion of the business through the creation of 48 new jobs over the next 12 months.
Incremental Group recently set up its Glasgow office in the Tontine building, a centre recently reinvented as part of a £1.1 billion city deal for technological innovation. Incremental Group has ambitions to grow the digital technology services company, scaling to 180 employees and generating annual revenues approaching £20 million across the UK within three years. They plan to recruit multi-skilled digital technologists including Software Engineers, Data Scientists, Infrastructure Engineers and Project Managers.
The company chose to locate in Glasgow to take advantage of the skilled talent pool developing there while helping to grow the cluster of digital economy companies in the area and raise their ambitions.
Led by former Lockheed Martin BTS CTO and current chairman of The Data Lab, Neil Logan, Incremental Group provides a range of digital technology services including enterprise systems, infrastructure, consultancy and analytics to government and industry in Scotland and across the UK. The current 40-strong award-winning Microsoft Dynamics ERP and infrastructure specialist team, based in Aberdeenshire and Glasgow, has a strong client base in oil and gas, manufacturing and the public sector. Incremental Group plans to grow the customer base in these sectors, together with Financial Services and the larger corporate market overall.
Incremental Group CEO and co-founder, Neil Logan, said: “The Regional Selective Assistance support will really help us accelerate our plans to build a new kind of digital technology business that the government and industry trust to help them evolve. I know we will only achieve this if we employ brilliant people and Glasgow is a great place to be for digital talent. I believe individuals will be attracted to an ambitious and entrepreneurial business on a mission to do things differently and help transform the way organisations operate. It presents a great opportunity for the right people to shape the future. That’s certainly what excites me about Incremental Group.”
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