New Glasgow office to create 40 digital jobs

18 Mar 2020

Forty new jobs will be created in Glasgow over the next three years by Elcom Systems, the specialists in eProcurement and eFunding solutions.

The US owned business will scale up its existing product delivery and R&D capacity and deliver new digital services in Glasgow, with the support of a £700,000 Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) award from Scotish Enterprise.

Elcom's plans for Scotland are part of the company's ambition to be the world's leading community-led Source to Settle Software & eFinance company.

Speaking after a visit to Elcom's new Glasgow city centre office, the Scottish Government's Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Kate Forbes (pictured with Elcom's chairman William Lock), said, "This £700,000 grant will allow Elcom to build their home here in Scotland with the creation of 40 highly skilled jobs over the next three years. It's also a fantastic example of Scotland's global reputation as a great home for technology and innovation."

Described as the world's first cloud-based eProcurement company, Elcom provides procurement solutions to organisations in the public and private sector, including the Scottish Government.

Glasgow is the latest city to be added to Elcom's global reach, which already includes offices in London, Boston, Belgrade, Johannesburg and Sydney.