Since their win, the Belfast-based group have signed to talent agency James Grant, who also look after presenter Davina McCall, judge Ashley Banjo and his act Diversity, and last year's victors Chris & Wes.
The former Riverdance performers are now said to have big plans for the future. A source said: "Prodijig are thrilled to be in such good company and it is a fantastic move for them. The signing is proof they will go far."
Prodijig bagged the show's £250,000 prize fund after impressing the viewers, judges and 6,000-strong audience at London's Olympia with their unique blend of Irish dancing and modern street moves.
Banjo described their final routine as 'disgustingly good', while Kimberly Wyatt said they were 'on another level'.
Leader Alan Kenefick told the paper that the money would be split between himself and his six fellow members - Andy O'Reilly, Christina Havlin, Craig Mason, Dane McKiernan, Darren Casey, and Alan's girlfriend Ciara McGillan.
He commented: "We all gave up our Riverdance jobs, so we definitely need the money."
A massive 1.3million viewers tuned in to watch Prodijig win Got To Dance on Sunday, with the final making Sky1 the most watched digital channel between 7pm and 8.30pm.