Fifty new software jobs are to be created in Belfast by the US-based ATG company.

The firm currently employs 62 people in the e-commerce sector at its Belfast offices. ATG’s clients include Tesco, B&Q and Tommy Hilfiger.  The move was announced on Friday by Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster.  The minister said “generating upwards of £2m in salaries annually, this is great news for the local economy”.  Mrs Foster said that it “underscores Northern Ireland’s position as a highly regarded investment location”.  To read more, please follow this link.