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Yomali Holdings Limited invests in Ireland with 40 new jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 3rd Nov 2021. Posted in Technology

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Yomali Group has today announced plans to hire 40 new people in Ireland over the next 3 years. The company that is involved in several niche SaaS (Software as a Service) markets was incorporated in Ireland in 2019 and established its headquarters in Dublin in early 2020.

Yomali Group is structured differently than most businesses, operating on a fully distributed business basis employing over 170 full-time team members from 9 countries. Post-Covid, the company believes its long established business model will become the new norm. The company’s team is currently distributed across Ireland, the UK, Romania, US and the Philippines.

Yomali is actively seeking to hire for the following roles as it looks to develop and enhance its customer service offering in the USA, EU and the UK - DevOps, Senior Back-End and Front-end developers, BPO specialists, Account managers, HR managers, Phone Sales agents and Customer support call-centre agents.

Commenting on the announcement, Tánaiste & Minister for Enterprise Trade & Employment, Leo Varadkar said, "I’m really happy Yomali has chosen Ireland as the location for its new HQ, which will see the creation of 40 new highly skilled jobs over the next three years. Yomali can look forward to accessing a rich pool of talent to fill these roles. I wish the team the very best with this new chapter and I hope they continue to build on their excellent relationship with Ireland in the period ahead."

Yomali Group CFO, Andrew Thornber added, "We are delighted to commit to Ireland and have received huge help and encouragement from IDA Ireland. We see our Irish operation placing us at the vanguard of our industry with top class technology and services."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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