Report – Relentless lays off 20 staff following restructure

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 16 February 2011 11:15 GMT

According to a GI report, Relentless Software has laid off up to 20 employees.

The Buzz developer recently restructured to a digital-only multiplatform future after ending its exclusivity deal with Sony.

“We have recently restructured the company to work on a variety of different projects and different platforms,” co-founder Andrew Eades told the site.

“That has meant some redundancies as we need to match our skillset with the requirements of the projects that we are working on today. We will be recruiting for a number of roles to fulfil the needs of new projects.”

Relentless is, however, also hiring for new projects at the same time for new projects.

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