Izertis opens offices in A Coruña, which will become one of its major technological centres
The multinational company specialised in digital transformation, Izertis, has opened its new offices in A Coruña this Thursday, with the aim of turning this branch into one of its main production centres on the Iberian Peninsula. Specifically, the company's new facilities will be located in the well-known Proa building in the Galician city, a prominent business and financial enclave in the area.
With this new opening, the technology consultant expects to employ 200 workers in Galicia in the next 4 years. According to its President and CEO, Pablo Martín, "we intend to increase the size and number of projects significantly in the coming years, multiplying our productive capacity and job opportunities in the region".
Contributing to the creation of technological and innovation structures that benefit the current business fabric of Galicia
"Our development in this community over the last five years has been aligned with our expansion strategy. However, we don't want to stop there, but rather we predict that we will continue to generate value for the community, increasing the pace of growth, while contributing to the creation of technological and innovation structures that benefit the current business fabric of Galicia", has emphasized Martín.
Izertis has been active in this autonomous community through projects since before 2020, but it was in that year that, through the acquisition of the consulting firm Queres, it established its first office, forming a team of 22 people. Since then, the capacity of the listed company on BME Growth has managed to grow sustainably over time.
From this location, specialties such as Data & Intelligence, Quality Assurance (QA), Digital Experience, Smart Software Labs, Project & IT Governance Consulting, cloud services, cybersecurity, and technology consulting, among many other specialties, are addressed.
On the other hand, Izertis' Artificial Intelligence (AI) area, considered one of the largest national specialists in this field, and following the recent award of A Coruña as the headquarters of the Spanish Agency for Supervision of Artificial Intelligence, will allow for synergies that contribute to the development of this specialty in the region.
Furthermore, Izertis, which is currently among the 1,000 fastest-growing companies in the 36 countries that make up the European market, will boost its offer at a national and international level from these facilities that were inaugurated by its president, along with various partners, clients, and employees.