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Fleetmatics opens Network Operations Centre in Tallaght

Written by Robert McHugh, on 10th Mar 2017. Posted in Technology

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Fleetmatics Group yesterday marked the official opening of their Network Operations Centre (NOC) in Tallaght, Dublin, a custom-built facility housing the company’s operations and application support engineers.

Fleetmatics, a Verizon company, enables businesses to meet the challenges associated with managing local fleets and improve the productivity of their mobile workforce by extracting actionable business intelligence from real-time and historical vehicle and driver data.

The announcement was made as part of Engineers Week 2017, an annual campaign to inspire the next generation of engineers and excite students about the possibilities a career in engineering can offer.
 
Fleetmatics’ workforce in this country are primarily engineers with talent based here playing a leading role in delivering cutting edge UX, SaaS, Mobile, IoT and data analytics projects.
 
To celebrate the official opening of the NOC, a class of students from Cnoc Mhuire Senior School in Tallaght toured the facility and took part in fun Engineers Week activities.
 
Speaking yesterday, Director General of Engineers Week, Caroline Spillane said, "Engineers Ireland is delighted to join with Fleetmatics in marking this important milestone for the company during Engineers Week. Ireland is known internationally for its engineering talent and it’s great to see Fleetmatics investing in a new Network Operations Centre to ensure that its customers around the world benefit from the innovation that takes place here."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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