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Comtrade Digital Services opens new global headquarters in Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 26th Apr 2018. Posted in General

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Comtrade Digital Services has announced today that it has opened its new global headquarters in Sandyford, Dublin.

Comtrade Digital Services is part of the global Comtrade Solutions Group, which has its main base in Slovenia and has had a presence in Ireland since 2001. In Ireland, Comtrade Digital Services provides software services and consultancy to a growing number of companies including industry leaders such as Ryanair.

The decision to move the global headquarters to Dublin is part of the organisation’s plan to grow its Irish and international operations, with better access to target markets in the Ireland, UK and US, along with existing clients.

The company is also hoping to take advantage of the local talent, with an aim to expand the Irish team and achieve double-digit growth. The business is also committed to continuing its influence as a thought leader, with upcoming events including its annual Quest for Quality conference in Dublin which brings together experts from across Europe to discuss quality assurance.

Speaking about the opening of the new global headquarters, Business Director of Comtrade Digital Services, Dejan Ćušić said, "It is an important milestone for the company and an indication of the success we have enjoyed here in Ireland over the last 15 years. Dublin is a city with unrivalled digital prowess and has become a technology hub for leaders in the field, as well as a location of great opportunity. We intend to continue our growth in Ireland, whilst innovating and collaborating with both existing and new customers.”
 
Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys added, "We have the IT skills available to enable the company to grow and to embed their operations in Ireland. This is another great vote of confidence for Ireland's technology sector and our ability to supply highly skilled workers."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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