The Malaga office which opened in 2010 and is primarily focused on supporting Piksel’s micro-services architecture (MSA) philosophy that underpins its flagship Piksel Palette product.
According to Piksel, Malaga is well positioned to support the company’s growth , with a talent pool of skilled English-speaking software developers, as easy access to the rest of Europe, and a central time zone shared by many of its key customers.
The company recently set up a machine learning and artificial intelligence team in the Spanish city under Mauricio Farache, a Piksel senior technical architect.
Piksel said that its investment in Malaga is part of a wider European expansion following the appointment of former Channel 5 executive Clive Malcher as VP of market development, EMEA.
Allan Dunn, Piksel’s COO, said: “Our Spanish operation is staffed with incredibly talented technical architects, software developers, QA specialists, and project managers, whom play a key role in supporting the continuing development of the Piksel Palette and client projects using a DevOps approach.”
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