It was announced today that Datapac will create 35 new jobs at its location in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
The Irish technology solutions and services provider are creating the new jobs as part of a €2.1m investment which is funding significant expansion and enhancement of ICT managed services at Datapac’s Network Operations Centre (NOC).
Datapac will begin recruiting immediately and expects the 35 new hires to be in place by the end of 2018. The job openings will primarily be in technical and business development roles to support Datapac’s expanded managed service offerings.
The upgraded NOC aims to increase Datapac’s managed service capabilities and enable the company to provide its existing customers with enhanced levels of service from its growing technical team. Also with demand for Datapac’s managed services growing, this investment is expected to drive new customer acquisition across a number of key service offerings. These include managed ICT security, backup and business continuity, infrastructure management, managed cloud services, and managed print and document solutions.
Established in 1982, Datapac provides a comprehensive range of technology solutions and services to customers throughout Ireland. The company’s presence nationwide includes purpose built, state of the art facilities in Wexford and Dublin along with service centre locations around the country.
Speaking this week, An Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald said, "I welcome this announcement from Datapac that it is making such a significant investment in its technology infrastructure and managed services division. It’s great to see such a long-established indigenous technology company continuing to innovate and grow after more than three decades in business."
She added, "I’m particularly delighted that Datapac is helping to drive regional jobs growth in the South East with the creation of these 35 new positions. It is a fantastic endorsement of the talent and technical expertise of people living in the region that these types of highly-skilled roles can be filled here."