100 jobs are being announced in county Louth today.
Kellton Tech Solutions is setting up a new headquarters in Drogheda with the positions set to come on stream over the next five years.
The office will also contain an R&D centre in order to help the localisation of its flagship product KLGAMETM.
The development is supported by the Department of Jobs through the IDA.
Kellton Tech has said its products enable companies to take advantage of the internet of things and other systems.
Acting Jobs Minister Richard Bruton said “At the heart of our jobs plan is our determination to accelerate job-creation in cities, towns and villages across the country, and that is why we have put in place the regional jobs plans."
Kellton Tech chief executive Karanjit Singh said the Ireland office will also be best equipped to support US operations.
"The language edge and time difference makes Ireland a highly advantageous proposition for technical support, sales enablement and accounting. We foresee a huge step-up in our hiring in near-term to support our ambitious growth plans," he said.