Software firm announces 50 jobs in Dublin

Fifty new jobs have been announced for Dublin.

Software company ArisGlobal is expanding its European operations in the city, and recruitment is already underway.

The firm provides software solutions for the Life Sciences sector, and employs more than 700 people around the world.

The investment is supported by the IDA.

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton has said the announcement "sends a clear message that Ireland offers a strong business environment for companies to expand and grow".

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