Agio is the latest in a series of tech companies which have honed in on Belfast and Northern Ireland as key areas for expansion.
US cybersecurity and IT company Agio has said it plans to create 100 new jobs and a new technology centre in Belfast. The firm provides AI-enabled technology services for the financial services industry.
Recruitment has already begun for the roles, which will be a mix of remote and onsite at Agio’s Belfast tech centre.
Roles to be filled include public cloud engineers, end user analysts, cybersecurity consultants, and business development positions. Around 19 jobs have already been filled.
Agio’s investment in the area is the latest in a series of recent announcements by other tech companies which have also been attracted to the region.
Last month Texan workplace management company Workrise announced plans to hire 153 people over the next four years at its proposed software engineering centre…