0 Have your say Tech firm Inoapps is pumping £700,000 into its Linlithgow-based global products division, relocating to new premises and looking to grow headcount. The company has agreed a five-year lease on a 7,500-square-foot office within its partner Oracle’s main Linlithgow campus building, outgrowing its previous office next to the campus as numbers have risen from 12 to more than 55 staff across the Central Belt in the past three years. The move is part of a broader company-wide investment by the Aberdeen-headquartered firm, which also has premises in London and Derby as well as international offices in the US, Malaysia and Singapore.Inoapps shares its new base with digital technology trade body Scotland IS and non-profit organisation the Scottish Business Resilience Centre. The new office is equipped with state-of-the-art video conferencing, audiovisual facilities and additional meeting rooms. Inoapps intends to use the additional space to expand its Digital Skills Academy, an initiative that provides internal training and development for its own employees as well as carrying out outreach work with Scottish schools. The company, an Oracle Platinum Partner, specialises in delivering Oracle applications, technology, hardware and cloud services, with key sectors including energy and financial services.Phil Burgess, MD of… Read full this story
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