Newry data analytics consultancy firm ISx4 receive substantial investment, creating 39 new roles.

A substantial investment of over £4.8 million will see Newry data analytics consultancy firm ISx4 creating 39 new jobs, resulting in an additional £2million to the local economy.

CEO of ISx4, Kiely Hughes, said: “We provide bespoke data analytics solutions to align our clients’ needs, delivering customer insight through strategy, solutions, services and support. Our services help our clients move from hindsight through insight to foresight”.

Invest NI has recently offered ISx4 support for the fabrication of the 39 roles and skills.

Director of Technology and services, Invest NI George McKinney said: “Innovation in areas such as data analytics is a key part of the Department for the Economy’s 10X Economic Vision, and our support is helping the company to thrive in this sector. We’ve been working closely with ISx4 since 2020, and it’s great to be able to support a local start-up to recognise its growth potential and take the next steps to achieving this.”

Invest NI’s southern regional manager, Mark Bleakney said: “ISx4’s investment is good news for the Newry, Mourne and Down District Council area. Our support to help the company develop a new business plan has allowed it to invest strategically in expanding its team in Newry. With competitive salaries, the jobs will contribute £2million of additional annual salaries to the local economy once all are in place.”

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