Data Solutions announce 10 new jobs for Dublin

Data Solutions announce 10 new jobs for Dublin
Pictured at the announcement of Data Solutions' expansion at the company's new UK offices are Michael O'Hara, managing director, Data Solutions and Sean Fane, UK managing director, Data Solutions.

20 new jobs are being created by an IT solutions firm.

Data Solutions is investing €5m and doubling its workforce.

Half of the new jobs will be based in Dublin, while the remainder will be in Reading in England as the company wants to expand into the UK market.

The roles will be in the areas of sales, marketing and technical support. They are set to be fully filled by 2018.

Announcing the jobs Data Solutions group managing director Michael O’Hara hailed the “exponential growth” the company has made in Ireland.

“We’ve achieved exponential growth in the Irish market over the past few years and now we want to do that in the UK,” said O’Hara.

“We have a strong network there already and we’re bolstered by our new partnerships to grow a real presence now.”

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