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Ammeon to create 100 new Irish jobs over the next 18 months

Written by Robert McHugh, on 22nd Feb 2018. Posted in Ireland

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It was announced today that Ammeon is to create 100 new high-skilled jobs over the next 18 months. The announcement was made today by the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys T.D., together with Fred Jones, CEO of Ammeon and Niall O’Donnellan, Manager, ICT and International Services, Enterprise Ireland who are supporting the development.

Ammeon specialises in accelerating IT delivery and innovation. The company plans to expand its Software Engineering and Consulting Divisions.

Ammeon employs over 165 people, with the majority based in the company’s Dublin city centre headquarters and a smaller number in its UK and European offices. The company is looking for experienced engineers and new graduates to join their software engineering division. 

Speaking this week, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys said, "It is a great pleasure to join the Ammeon team this morning for the announcement of 100 new jobs and the start of a new chapter in the Ammeon story. Remaining flexible, innovating and making the most of emerging technologies strengthens businesses’ ability to thrive in a dynamic international market environment."

She added, "I would like to congratulate the team here on progressively evolving and responding to market opportunities, which has paved the way to this significant jobs announcement today."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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