Sorted Group is celebrating a record year, which has seen it boost revenue by more than 500 per cent, almost double its headcount and roll-out its tech globally.
The Manchester-based firm harnesses the power of tech to transform the complex world of deliveries into a seamless experience.
After undergoing a full rebrand, the company has added major brands to its books, including Missguided, Matalan, Lush and Arsenal.
David Grimes CEO of Sorted Group, expects to be live in 19 countries by the end of the year.
He said: “We’ve had a brilliant first half of the year adding some great retail names, such as Missguided and Matalan, to our books and growing the number of people we need to serve the phenomenal growth of this business.
“Our technology sits right at the heart of the new frontier for consumer loyalty, the delivery experience gap, and as forward thinking retailers look to plug this hole in their customer journey, time and time again we are best placed to help them achieve this.
“Right now, we are on the hunt for the best technical minds in Manchester to join our Sorted software development teams based in the city centre.
“We are looking for people who want to work in a fast-moving and empowering environment, and for a business that takes their wellbeing as seriously as their productivity.
“What we can offer in return is the opportunity for both personal and professional growth at a rapidly expanding and ambitious company led by some of the best tech entrepreneurs in Manchester.”
Rapid growth means the company will be moving to a new premises in Manchester city centre by the end of the summer.
Sorted is now looking to hire another 50 new recruits into roles across the company – mainly in its expert software development teams.
Other roles include project managers and business analysts.
Other developments at the business include the launch of an eBay marketplace tool for the company’s My Parcel Delivery website.
Grimes founded Sorted in 2010 with the launch of MyParcelDelivery.com and has gone from running a website from his parents’ kitchen table to a global software company in just seven years.