30 new jobs announced for Dublin

30 new jobs announced for Dublin

30 new jobs have been announced for Dublin.

The jobs announcement comes from Perception Data Consulting who are trebling their workforce.

The jobs will be filled over the next two years.

The company began operating three years ago and has grown with offices in Dublin and Manchester.

Perception Consulting Co-Founder and CEO, Peter McParland said: “Our Team has been in the technology arena for many years and we saw a business niche for Perception Consulting, with dedicated, passionate data analytics specialist’s, flexible to customer requirements.

“We started Perception Consulting specifically to help companies easily analyse their data, no matter what data they use, on whatever platform they have it on, across many business types.

“We focus on what the business owner wants to know from their data and we help them access that knowledge easier and faster, allowing them make business decisions quickly.

“Our business has grown significantly since we began in 2013 and we trebled our turnover in 2015.

“To continue our expansion plans, we are looking for 30 new recruits in the next two years, especially software developers, business analysts, data scientists, business intelligence consultants and sales and marketing experts.”


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