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Irish tech company to double operation in the next two years to 110 jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 27th Jan 2020. Posted in Technology

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TEKenable, an Irish technology company delivering digital evolution services, has invested over €1 million in its team to support the company’s cloud-based Dynamics 365 and Power Platform practice resulting in 60 new jobs in the next two years. 

Due to a major push into low code delivery models, close alignment with Microsoft, UK and Pakistan expansion, and demand from customers, TEKenable is experiencing rapid growth and last year the company created 25 new jobs to cater for new contract wins and major Brexit projects.

The new jobs will be in the areas of solution design, software development, business and cultural change consultants, sales and marketing and support. 

TEKenable has won the Technology Business of the Year Award for the second year running, was listed in the Deloitte Fast50 and won the Deloitte Impact Award 2019.

Established in 2002, TEKenable has global reach with operations in Ireland, UK & UAE with expertise across Healthcare, Financial Services and the Public Sector. The company currently employs 50 people.

Making the announcement, MD of TEKenable, Nick Connors said, "We give customers the ability to run cross departmental business processes that are not constrained by existing legacy systems so they can reduce costs, gain efficiencies, and innovate faster. One of the biggest influences on success is having the right team for the job."

He added, "Executing a successful Dynamics implementation requires a strong team made up of various organisational and technical skill sets. Within two years we expect to more than double our workforce to 110 people."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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