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New technology partnership to create 20 Irish jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 12th May 2020. Posted in Technology

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Hybrid Technology Partners, a technology solutions provider headquartered in Limerick, and global ERP software company, Priority Software, have today announced a new partnership which will see the creation of 20 jobs over the next 12 months, with 75 new jobs projected over the next three years.

The roles include IT and Senior IT Managers, as well as ERP Implementation Managers. Hybrid Technology Partners have been announced as the authorised Irish reseller for Priority Software, who provide fully integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software solutions, both cloud-based and on-premise. 

Priority ERP provides tools to effectively manage organisations’ end-to-end business operations, whilst facilitating remote working through its cloud-based solution. It is used across a wide range of industries, from manufacturing and wholesale distribution, to Biomedical and the wider healthcare industries, amongst others.

The partnership was launched today with a virtual event. Minister of State for Trade, Business and Employment, Pat Breen, officially launched the partnership and announced the creation of the new jobs.

Speaking today, Minister Breen said, "The Covid-19 challenge has accelerated our insights and thinking on new ways of working and working remotely, which is a major policy emphasis of my Department’s regionalisation strategy.  The Covid-19 pandemic is seeing businesses being asked to adapt to new ways of working, so it is great to see innovative software like Priority’s being brought to an Irish market in partnership with a trusted IT services provider like Hybrid Technology Partners."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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