The company, with offices in Bogota, Cali and Medellin, highlighted the plans with which it expects to continue growing in the country, where it is currently offering more than 80 job positions.
In 2022, the British company Endava celebrates six years of operations in Colombia and advances in its purpose of being a leader in employability in the IT sector, in a year in which it will reach more than 1,000 job positions in its offices in Bogota, Cali and Medellin.
The company’s Chief Executive Officer, John Cotterell, led high-level meetings in the country as part of the celebrations. During a recent event held at Endava’s facilities in Bogota, the executive highlighted that during the last year the company increased by about 30% its workforce in the world, while growth in Latin America was close to 79%.
“In our case, we are not only providing employment opportunities for technology professionals, but also contributing to the IT growth of new generations. We have a long-term view, and the growth we had during 2021 encourages us to continue working for our main purpose, both in Colombia and in the other countries where we are present,” says Elena Plop, Endava’s delivery unit manager for Colombia.
Endava has partnerships with 26 universities in Colombia, which has allowed us to generate first job opportunities for more than 150 young professionals within the framework of the Intership Program. Of the total number of employees, 23% are women, because of the company’s promotion of a greater insertion of women in the sector.
“Endava’s projects ratifies Colombia as an investment destination in the software and IT segment, its expansion in our territory is a vote of confidence that contributes to the generation of qualified jobs, technology transfer and competitiveness. This is the type of efficient investment we seek for the development and economic growth of the country,” said Flavia Santoro, president of ProColombia.
The company provides technology solutions from Colombia to clients in Europe and the United States in sectors such as financial services, consumer, retail, technology, mobility, telecommunications and healthcare with the goal of driving rapid and continuous business transformation.
“Endava’s is an example of the positive impact of foreign investment in our city. In addition to generating quality jobs, these types of companies promote diversity and seek to close gaps in an industry that continues to grow and in which Bogota is positioned as a regional hub,” highlighted the executive director of Invest in Bogota, Isabella Muñoz, who recalled that more than 30% of the investments attracted by the promotion agency in 2021 were from the IT & BPO sectors.
Endava’s expansion in Colombia, which has been accompanied by investment promotion entities such as ProColombia and Invest in Bogota, as well as by regional agencies in Medellin and Cali, allows the company to have a constant supply of job positions for professionals in the IT sector. Currently, the company has about 80 vacancies for positions such as Automation testers, Senior Java Developers, Senior Salesforce Developers and Senior Python developers.
Those interested in knowing and applying to Endava’s vacancies in Colombia can go to careers.endava.com.