Dublin and Galway get 110 new jobs

Dublin and Galway get 110 new jobs

Up to 110 new jobs have been announced for Dublin and Galway.

Datalogic ADC is creating 30 new positions at a shared services and customer management centre in Dublin.

The company provides scanners and mobile computers for a number of industries including retail and services.

Meanwhile, 80 new jobs are set to come on stream in Galway city.

Cloud computing firm SourceDogg.com is expanding its operations in the IDA Business Park in Dangan.

CEO Mark Scanlon has said their will be in the high-tech department as well as in marketing.

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