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Irish IT company creates 50 new jobs for Dublin & Cork

Written by Robert McHugh, on 22nd Oct 2018. Posted in Technology

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Irish Technology Company, Positive ProStrategy Retail, will be creating 50 new jobs for Dublin and Cork it was announced today. The company's specialist focus is using Microsoft ERP technology with embedded Retail Specific functionality. 

Positive ProStrategy Retail (PPR) is the only indigenous company to offer end to end Retail Solutions from front office (EPOS and store management) to back office (finance, supply chain, replenishment, etc) and unifying external channels such as web, social and mobile.  

As a Gold Microsoft Partner working from three offices in Ireland Positive ProStrategy Retail plan to increase their workforce from over 60 to over 110 in the next 3 years. All of these roles will be specialist I.T consultant and support positions based in Dublin and Fermoy Co Cork.

Welcoming the news today, Minister Pat Breen commented, "I would like to congratulate Positive ProStrategy on their success to date and welcome their plans for further growth and job creation. The retail sector in Ireland has grown significantly in recent years and the sector makes a vital contribution to the economy, accounting for almost 280,000 jobs.  With over 70% of these jobs outside Dublin, the sector plays a particularly important contribution to regional enterprise development."

Manager Digital Technologies at Enterprise Ireland, John MacNamara added, "Enterprise Ireland has been working with the Positive ProStrategy Retail team since 1989 and it is a great pleasure to see this highly innovative company go from strength-to-strength."  

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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