Software firm to create 100 jobs in Dublin

Software firm to create 100 jobs in Dublin
Datalex CEO Aidan Brogan

A Dublin-based travel software firm, Datalex, is to create 100 jobs.

The roles will be based at its newly renovated offices in East Point Business Park in Dublin.

The firm is also creating another 100 jobs in locations including Manchester, Atlanta and Beijing.

The jobs will come on stream over the next 18 months.

Aidan Brogan, chief executive at Datalex, said it is an exciting time for the business.

"In response to the significant global demand for our digital commerce platform, we are looking for the very best talent to deliver the next evolution of digital travel commerce," he said.

"We are actively recruiting globally and throughout Ireland for highly skilled senior software developers, architects, analysts, project managers and many other roles."


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