Three Ireland partnership creates 74 jobs in Waterford

Three Ireland partnership creates 74 jobs in Waterford

Three Ireland have announced 74 new jobs in Waterford.

The mobile phone company are partnering Tech Mahindra Ltd, a specialist in digital transformation, consulting and business re-engineering, to open a customer service centre in Waterford, creating the positions.

The new customer service centre will become operational early in 2015 and recruitment is already underway.

Robert Finnegan, CEO of Three Ireland, said: "We have already announced an additional 90 full time positions at the Three Customer Care centre in Limerick, bringing the total employees there to 440.

"These new positions in Waterford will bolster our operations and help us to deliver market-leading support and services to our customers."

Sujit Baksi, Chief Executive, Tech Mahindra Business Services Group, said: "Ireland is an important market and the investment in Waterford holds strategic importance for us."

Tech Mahindra is an Indian-headquartered company and were the winners of a competitive tender process to consolidate the third party contact centre services separately provided to Three and O2 into one Ireland-based provider.


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