Cloud computing firm creates 100 new jobs
CLOUD computing company Workday has announced plans to
create 100 jobs over the next three years in Dublin.
The move is part of Workday's plan to increase its presence in Europe and the Middle East.
The expansion of the company is backed by IDA Ireland.
Workday, headquartered in the US, currently employs more than 950 people worldwide. It provides enterprise solutions for global human resources and financial management.
Jobs Minister Richard Bruton (above) said the Government is targeting sectors Ireland has potential to be a world leader in.