Member HPD Lendscape, a leading international secured lending platform vendor, today announces ambitious expansion plans for its global workforce, building on 12% growth in personnel in 2020.
The recruitment drive follows sustained global demand for HPD Lendscape’s technology, with the company winning 35 new clients and increasing revenue by 36% over the last three years. As a result, HPD Lendscape has committed to a significant programme of investments for its technology platform, with £2million invested in the company’s software during the previous year, despite the pandemic, and £10million earmarked for R&D over the next three to four years.
To support this ambitious development programme, HPD Lendscape is actively recruiting business consultants to help implement the company’s software solutions for its global client base as well as project managers to ensure delivery of projects ranging from three-months to large, multi-phase, multi-country implementations that can span 18 months or more. Additionally, the company is recruiting engineers to provide the continuous design, development and testing required throughout the software development lifecycle of various projects.
HPD Lendscape’s team expansion plans follow the company’s physical expansion to a larger London HQ from its former site in Putney to Wimbledon, South West London in December 2020. The move offers plenty of capacity for expansion and provides a flexible, collaborative workspace to foster new ways of working.
Kevin Day, CEO of HPD Lendscape, said: “People are what make HPD Lendscape tick – they are at the heart of what we do. We have a great team of people, from a myriad of different backgrounds, who are united in the goal of building and supporting world class technology to enable our customers to deliver much needed finance to the business world. These are exciting times for our business and we look forward to welcoming new talent to our company over the coming months. There are many opportunities, so if you want to join our team, please do get in touch.”
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