Amanda Hardcastle, head of HR at cap hpi
Amanda Hardcastle, head of HR at cap hpi.
Nick Hill

Expansion of global data company creates 30 new vacancies at Leeds HQ

cap hpi, the global technology and data company based in Leeds, has announced the opening of 30 new vacancies as it continues to expand.

As one of the largest providers of automotive data in the world, cap hpi helps to keep motorists safe when buying and selling a vehicle with its HPI Check product.

The company’s valuation data underpins the loan car buyers take on a car and the price when they sell it.

The vacancies span developers, data analysts and customer-facing staff which will be based in cap hpi’s headquarters.

The company said that this announcement follows on from rapid growth that has seen staff numbers increase to 350 from 160 eighteen months ago and a multi-million-pound investment in the technology and systems that support them.

A new ‘Innovation Hub’ has been established in Leeds to ensure its systems, coding, data collection processes, and valuation methodologies are world leading.

The Innovation Hub brings together data scientists, analysts, developers and motoring experts to develop tools that help all sectors of the motor industry.

Amanda Hardcastle, head of HR at cap hpi commented: “We have a high energy culture that drives a passion for people, data and technology. It is changing the way people think about vehicles and mobility. And as part of the global giant Solera, our people have career opportunities in 85 countries.

“Our team is at the forefront of data and connected technology, which not only represents an exciting time for the business but good news for the region as continued expansion leads to the need for new talent at HQ in Leeds.”

The company will be attending the Leeds Digital Jobs Fair at the city’s First Direct Arena from 3.30pm to 7.30pm on Wednesday, February 28th.

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