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Tech company creates 150 Irish jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 6th Feb 2019. Posted in Technology

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It was announced today that technology company, Expleo Ireland, will invest €8M in its workforce and create 120 new jobs in Dublin and 30 jobs in the company’s Digital Labs in Belfast.

Hiring for the roles has now begun, with the company seeking experts in robotics, quality engineering, DevOps, project management and business agility.

Expleo offers access to sector- specific expertise and best practice across consultancy and business agility, product design, production and in-service support. 

Expleo has 15,000 people in more than 25 countries. The company’s ambition is to pursue its growth organically and through acquisitions. The Group plans to further expand its footprint, notably in Germany, North America and India. In India, Expleo aims to quickly double in size, and reach more than 5,000 employees in the next few years.

Speaking this week, Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen said, "I very much welcome the new investment from Expleo that will see the creation of 120 new jobs in Dublin. We have a strong footprint of high-tech companies in Ireland and announcements like today’s are  a reflection of our attractiveness to companies operating in high technology sectors. This is a great vote of confidence in what we have to offer and I wish Expleo every success in their future operations in this country."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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