DealTrak has moved its operation to the former home of Google’s Digital Garage at the heart of Leeds Dock.
The F&I platform’s new headquarters include 5,300 sq ft of self-contained workspace over two floors and include pool table, classic arcade machine and a barista-style coffee facility.
The offices are just a stone’s throw from The Royal Armouries’ New Dock Hall, which for the past two years has been the venue for the annual F&I Conference and Awards hosted by DealTrak.
Martin Hill, managing director of DealTrak, said: “We are delighted to have completed the next phase of our expansion plans.
“This exciting move to Leeds Dock follows on from rapid growth over the last two years and the rebranding to reflect the focus and direction of the business.
“The new office is a phenomenal space and offers a great opportunity to take our place amongst the thriving tech community of Leeds and attract event more talent as we continue with our ambitious growth plans in the motor industry.”
DealTrak’s new open plan office includes three meetings rooms named after Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, Alan Turing OBE, father of theoretical computer science, and the inspirational Falklands War hero, Simon Weston CBE.
The Boardroom is named after Peter Laburn, co-creator of strategic leadership development programme ‘Lead With Humanity’.
Laburn is cited by DealTrak as a key influence in guiding the future strategic direction of the company.
DealTrak processes more than 2.5 million finance and insurance applications annually for the motor and leisure finance sectors.
A total of 35 developers, client services and senior management are among the team which has moved from the business’ previous office in Wakefield to the new Leeds facility.