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Thursday 19 October 2017

Software company announces 90 new jobs for Dublin

Employment Minister Richard Bruton has announced 100 new jobs at a customer centre in Dundalk
Employment Minister Richard Bruton has announced 100 new jobs at a customer centre in Dundalk

A cloud software company is to create 90 new jobs over the next three years.

The Dublin based technology firm, LogMeIn,  expects to triple its workforce over the period.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny made the jobs announcement at the company's newly extended headquarters in the Bloodstone Building on Sir John Rogerson's Quay.

LogMeIn established its Dublin office in 2012 with 45 full-time staff.

The new jobs will include technical roles, as well as openings in sales, marketing, finance, human resources and information technology.

The company, provides solutions to simplify how people connect with various devices, as well as colleagues and customers.

“Dublin provides an excellent base for LogMeIn’s presence in this thriving market, and has quickly become our international hub for attracting and supporting, our rapidly expanding user and customer base,” said Michael Simon, co-founder and CEO.

"The ongoing investment and office expansion in Ireland, is a testament to our recognition of Dublin, as one of the best markets in the world for attracting top high-tech talent."

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton said technology, and in particular cloud computing, is a sector which has been specifically targeted as part of the Action Plan for Jobs.

Information on current job openings can be accessed on the  LogMeIn careers page.

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