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Global tech company to invest in Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 16th Nov 2018. Posted in Technology

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SentryOne has launched a new Software Development Engineering team out of its Dublin City Centre office to accommodate their rapidly-growing EMEA footprint.

Since opening in May 2018, the Irish subsidiary has quickly become entrenched in the EMEA Microsoft Data Platform community.
  
A significant portion of the company’s future EMEA headcount expansion will be in software engineering, in addition to other business functions such as marketing and finance. The company’s EMEA team expansion follows the recent Microsoft announcement that it’s adding 200 new jobs to its Dublin campus, bringing the total number of Ireland-based Microsoft team members to more than two thousand. 
 
"Dublin was an obvious choice for the location of our EMEA office due to Ireland’s high-quality talent, its inviting culture of commerce, and IDA Ireland’s invaluable support," said SentryOne CEO Bob Potter. "Our presence in Dublin provides increased access to and collaboration with the Microsoft Inside Sales Team, Solution Sales Professionals, and Technology Solutions Professionals responsible for Data Platform and premier channel partners throughout EMEA."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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