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Datalex announce 200 new jobs for Ireland

Written by Robert McHugh, on 2nd Jun 2016. Posted in Ireland

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It was announced today that Datalex is to create 200 jobs across its global divisions over the next eighteen months.
 
The Dublin-based digital commerce travel software company will be recruiting 100 new roles at its newly renovated offices in East Point Business Park, Dublin, with the remaining positions to be created across global office locations including Beijing, Atlanta and Manchester. 
 
Datalex is a publicly listed company trading on the Irish Stock Exchange and works with some of the world’s most innovative airline and travel retail brands such as Aer Lingus, Air China and JetBlue Airways.
 
Datalex CEO, Aidan Brogan says, "This is an exciting time of growth for our business. In response to the significant global demand for our digital commerce platform, we are looking for the very best talent to deliver the next evolution of digital travel commerce. We are actively recruiting globally and throughout Ireland for highly skilled senior software developers, architects, analysts, project managers and many other roles."
 
The news has also been welcomed by CEO of the Irish Stock Exchange, Deirdre Somers, "The company’s achievements and ambitious plans for growth reinforce the considerable strides that Irish companies are making in the digital commerce sector. We wish Aidan Brogan and the team at Datalex every success with their continued expansion.” 
 
Source: www.businessworld.ie 

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