A computer systems company has expanded its base in south Birmingham.

Bytesnap Design, which specialises in embedded systems development, has doubled its floor space at the Two Devon Way building on Longbridge Technology Park.

The move to 2,000 sq ft of space will enable the business to undertake further strategic expansion.

Established in 2008 by Dunstan Power and Graeme Wintle, Bytesnap has grown to employ 14 staff on account of increased client work, size of projects undertaken and expansion of its service offer.

Mr Power said: "We've grown significantly since we first moved to Longbridge Innovation Centre six years ago, increasing staff levels due to of new business wins and diversification of our product portfolio.

"The move to larger office space at Two Devon Way will allow the business to continue this strategy of growth and also enables us to increase the size of the projects that we undertake.

"We're pleased to be part of a vibrant business location and look forward to further expanding the business in the short to medium term."

The £100 million Longbridge Technology Park comprises Two Devon Way and the Innovation Centre and was the first major project completed by St. Modwen as part of its long-running, £1 billion regeneration of the town following the collapse of MG Rover in 2005.

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