Home > Technology > Paradyn to create 40 new jobs in Cork and Dublin

Paradyn to create 40 new jobs in Cork and Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 5th Jul 2018. Posted in Technology

article headline

It was announced today that Paradyn will double its workforce from 40 to 80 employees by 2020, with positions in both its Dublin and Cork offices. The new jobs are being created as part of a €4 million investment that will fund company growth and acquisitions.

Ireland’s only end-to-end IT and communications service provider was formed as a result of the merger of Exigent Networks, Irish Telecom and Netforce. It actively manages more than 30,000 users across 300 business and public sector customers from a range of industries. Its current turnover is €8 million and as part of its ambitious growth plans, it will double this to €16 million in the next three years.

Paradyn has already started recruiting for the new roles, which will help to support its expanded managed services. The company will fill positions primarily in the areas of finance, network engineering, technical solutions architecture, technical sales and support, marketing and business development. 

Speaking about the announcement, Cillian McCarthy, Paradyn’s CEO, said, "Acquisition is a key strategy for us. We are on the lookout for other IT, communications and information security businesses which can integrate into the  company to add further to our unique ability to deliver more secure and easily managed technology infrastructures to our customers so that they can generate a higher return on investment on their IT and communications systems."

Source: www.bussinessworld.ie

More articles from Technology

image Description

Europeans press for digital tax at G20 meeting

Read more
image Description

Human error is the biggest security threat to Irish businesses

Read more
image Description

Google hit with record 4.3bn EU antitrust fine

Read more
image Description

Global fintech company opens new office in Dublin

Read more
image Description

Accused Silk Road administrator extradited to US from Ireland

Read more