A reported growth in its customer base and ongoing product enhancements has lead eDynamix to increase staff numbers by 22%.
The recruitment drive has seen client services, research and development staff numbers grow to 66, across its 4 global offices.
Notable appointments in business development include Mark Johnson, who will be responsible for the Midlands and East of England, and compliance manager Julie Roche who will ensure ISO 27001 standard is maintained.
Roche will also be responsible for ensuring all systems and suppliers are compliant to the GDPR while overseeing the rollout of Consent Authorisation Server (CAS).
EDynamix's director Iain Nickalls said: “These really are exciting times at eDynamix with lots of exciting projects and developments in the pipeline.
“Our investment in additional staff in all areas of the business shows our commitment to continue as a front runner in software provision for the motor industry.
“We want to continue to support our customers in the way in which they have become accustomed while at the same time helping them towards GDPR compliance”.