Since Qindel Group opened its first office in Madrid, in 1998, it has followed a strategy to diversify its IT solutions and geographical expansion, both nationally and internationally.
Through this, in the last years the opening of international offices in London and Mexico City has highlighted the company direction. Nevertheless, with the purpose of growing its positioning in the national market it has decided to open a new office in Galicia, one of the areas that an important part of the business of the company is concentrated.
Until now in the autonomous community, there has only existed a Qindel office in A Coruña, but thanks to increased demands of its clients the company has experienced an increase in terms of income and number of employees, this has given rise to a need to open a new office in Ourense.
The new office means an expansion of its Projects and Services Division in the Galician region, a unit specialised, among others, in J2EE technologies, Continuous Integration and Cloud Solutions, in sectors as Retail, Public Bodies and Telecommunication.
Currently, the new office has 8 employees, where highly qualified profiles are highlighted, and it expects to grow its workforce to 20 in 2018, through its corporate website the latest posted job offers can be consulted.
Growth and international expansion
The Spanish technological company, that next year will celebrate its 20th anniversary, has experienced considerable hiring growth by 30% in the last 2 years. The opening of new offices requires hiring new professional profiles with a high degree of specialisation and experience, it means a contribution to the economy of the region because it creates new high-quality employment.
Qindel Group provides IT solutions for sectors such as Retail, Telecommunication, Banking, Public Bodies and Educational Centres, solutions adapted to the requirements of mobility, flexibility and security demanded by the market, at the forefront of the latest technologies: DevOps, Elastic Search, InfluxDB, OpenShift, Kubernetes, Docker, OpenStack, Java, as well as Desktop and Application virtualisation for Linux and Windows.