Leading technology company creates 60 new jobs in Dublin and Galway

A leading technology firm has announced they will be creating 60 new jobs for Dublin and Galway as part of their planned expansion.

Leading Microsoft digital enterprise consultancy, Storm Technology said the expansion is in response to the growing demand for the company’s services in digital consultancy - writes dublinlive.ie.

The new positions, are across many areas of the business and include opportunities for senior managers, digital business consultants, change management experts and software professionals.

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Welcoming the announcement, An Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald TD said “I am delighted to join Karl Flannery and his team at Storm Technology in their Galway headquarters today for the announcement of 60 new high value jobs.

"It is a testament to the vision and hard work of everyone in Storm Technology that this indigenous Irish company has grown to be one of Ireland’s most respected business technology consultancies, working with well known and respected local and global brands in Ireland and internationally.

"I look forward to continued engagement with Storm Technology and wish them well as they scale their business in international markets.”

Commenting on the announcement, Karl Flannery, CEO of Storm Technology said, “It’s great to bring new job opportunities to the market as a result of the on-going growth of our business.

"We have been successfully achieving double-digit growth over the past five years and our plans are to double that over the next three years. Building out our team and attracting great talent is essential to our continued success.

"We believe that people are what make a business great and we are committed to investing in our staff by providing real opportunities for employees to develop their skills and careers.”

“We are looking for people with a passion for digital transformation, solving challenges and guiding our great clients through the digital transformation journey to help them grow revenue, increase productivity and save money.”

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