Nexllence, the new consulting and technology solutions division of the Glintt announced at the end of 2020, aims to consolidate its commitment to the Spanish market in 2021, led by its manager Gabriel Pazos. As a firm aimed at helping companies to be more competitive thanks to digitalization, Nexllence expects to increase its results by 20% compared to 2020, as well as to increase recruitment, tripling its current workforce in our country in the next 3 years. This objective will involve the incorporation of 60 highly qualified profiles.
In addition to the company's own organic growth, Nexllence will continue with a policy of strategic alliances and acquisitions that will allow it to continue developing its catalog of innovative solutions throughout 2021 to create unique solutions tailored to each client. These alliances, such as those with Outsystems and Thoughtspot, will be aimed at strengthening within the company those areas of technological specialization most in demand by companies.
Thus, Nexllence will continue working to offer digital transformation services to large and medium-sized companies that need to accelerate their business strategies through technology. The division currently focuses its service offerings on technologies such as Low Code, Artificial Intelligence, Advanced Analytics, Cybersecurity or custom development through technologies (Java, .Net, Python) and architectures focused on microservices.
"Despite the uncertain times we are living in, we have very ambitious plans for Nexllence in Spain. Throughout 2021 we not only expect to grow in turnover and hiring, but we will also complete acquisitions that will allow us to be more competitive, for example in the application development sector," says David Faustino, Managing Director of Nexllence. "This strategy, combined with a firm commitment to the development of internal talent, will help us to strengthen our position as a highly specialized technology services boutique and to become a benchmark technology partner in industries such as Telecommunications, Banking, Retail and Healthcare.