The jobs will come over the next 12 months and follow a 60% increase in staff during 1999 which has provoked a 50% increase in the firm’s HQ space in Bristol and a quadrupling in size of its London sales office in early 2000.
Mike Hartley, Adaytum chief operating officer, said: ‘Budgeting and business planning software has become a strong growth market and we need high-calibre people to help us meet client demand.
‘The rapid expansion of the company reflects the success of Adaytum’s budgeting and business planning solutions in delivering real benefits to users.’Figures show Adaytum with a four-year compound annual growth of 84%.
The increase in headcount comes on top of the opening of technology development offices in New York.
The firm was founded in 1990 and has 12,000 users of its software worldwide.
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