Technology business DealTrak has announced that it is relocating from Wakefield to Leeds.

The move, part of DealTrak’s growth plans, sees the company take over a 5,300 sq ft building in the Leeds Dock development.

Located in the South Bank area of the city, Leeds Dock has become a hub of digital and creative businesses, including media giant Sky.

DealTrak, whose software is used by the motor industry finance and insurance sector, will also expand its current team of 33 people to more than 40 by the end of 2017.

Martin Hill, DealTrak MD, said: “We’re delighted to announce this next phase of our expansion plans, and 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.”

DealTrak, founded in 2003, was formerly known as Frontline solutions until a rebrand at the end of last year.

The company will move into Leeds Dock in April, taking the number of full-time employees at the riverside scheme to more than 1,500.

Tim Gee, Leeds Dock estates director, added: “It’s fantastic to welcome DealTrak to Leeds Dock.

“They are a leading UK technology platform and their relocation supports our vision for Leeds Dock as a thriving hub for creative, digital and technology firms.”