The Belfast start-up Regtick is looking to build out its tech team in Northern Ireland. Their choice to expand their team comes following the £1 million investment from Tom O’Gorman, a Newry-based entrepreneur.
They have plans to create up to 30 new roles after the closure of their seed funding round. Some of the positions currently up for grabs include senior front-end developer, senior DevOps engineer, and senior back-end development. The roles also allow for both hybrid and remote working. The company has created a risk, governance, and compliance platform for health and insurance, and financial services sectors. It utilises visually intuitive technology to assist clients in tracking their compliance and regulatory programmes. The platform was created for organisations with remote or distant teams and aims to assist staff from all locations to connect and save time.
Gary Lyons, Co-Founder, and CEO of Regtick said the funding would allow the company to expand its tech team and create new products for its customers. This includes building out its real-time analytics and risk management tools and to also facilitate R&D. The seed funding came from Tom O’Gorman, a Newry-based businessman who has since joined the company’s start-up team as their chairperson.
Speaking on this, Gary Lyons said the seed funding from Tom O’Gorman would bring about “considerable business acumen and experience” to their management team. He added: “We now look forward to accelerating our discussions with customers in our target global export markets and we are very much looking forward to exporting Regtick’s SaaS platform across the world stage.”
More job announcements from Regtick are expected so those interested are told to keep an eye on their website.