A sales support automation solutions provider has announced plans to make Scotland one of its leading international locations, after receiving support from Scottish Enterprise.
Bigtincan will expand its software development center in Glasgow and accelerate a series of research and development projects to strengthen the platform’s core capabilities, creating 40 jobs.
The project was supported by Scotland’s National Economic Development Agency, including funding of £ 1.4million.
With a global headquarters in Sydney and a US headquarters in Waltham, Bigtincan’s automation platform helps sales and marketing teams improve their business results. The company’s software automates sales content management, training, coaching, document creation and buyer interaction in a single digital experience.
David Keane, CEO of Bigtincan, said: “We have more than doubled in size over the past six months – and this growth presents exciting opportunities for our customers and employees.
“We are expanding our presence in Europe, with our development center in Scotland as a strategic hub focused on data science, R&D, as well as the evolution of our core products.
“This exciting growth hub is just the start of our investments in Scotland, and we are committed to continued growth in vibrant Glasgow. “
Software and IT have been identified as one of the key areas of the Scottish Government’s Inbound Investment Plan, released last year.
Business, Trade, Tourism and Enterprise Minister Ivan McKee said: “Bigtincan is already present in Glasgow and this investment will support the creation of high quality jobs, helping to grow the economy. local.
“Foreign investment has an important role to play in Scotland’s economic recovery and transformation – our skilled workforce, our research facilities and our supportive investment culture, aligned with our values as a nation , are very attractive to foreign companies. “
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