75 new jobs announced in Dublin

75 new jobs announced in Dublin

75 new jobs have been announced at a technology company in Dublin.

Fleetmatics is taking on new research and development staff at its global headquarters in Tallaght.

The new roles are to include everything from front-end programmers and developers to data analytics and they are to be filled by 2018.

The company - which was founded in Templeogue in 2004 - employs more than 1,200 people worldwide.

The new positions will bring its Irish workforce to 200.

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