A global technology firm today announced plans to expand its Dublin headquarters with the creation of 70 jobs.
ServiceSource revealed recruitment for positions in human resources, training, information technology and operations at its Sandyford facility will begin immediately.
Batt O’Keeffe, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, said the firm’s expansion plan was a strong signal that confidence was returning to the economy with major investors planning for the recovery.
“Firms such as ServiceSource are at the forefront of innovation, creating new jobs and services in technologies that make a difference to clients’ bottom line in an increasingly competitive global marketplace,” said Mr O’Keeffe.
“The new jobs endorse the Government’s focus on innovation and the knowledge economy because our policies are helping to deliver the calibre of graduate major players such as ServiceSource seek to drive their business models.”
ServiceSource is the global leader in technology-based service revenue performance and partners with hi-tech, healthcare and life science companies to maximise maintenance, support, and subscription revenue.
Clients include Microsoft, Adobe, Symantec, AT&T and GE Healthcare.
Its Dublin base has served the European, Middle East and Asian (EMEA) markets.
The latest investment was supported by the Government through IDA Ireland.
Crosbie Burns, executive vice-president and managing director of ServiceSource EMEA, added: “ServiceSource Dublin has been operating very successfully since it established in 2005.
“We have a fantastic team here in Dublin and we are delighted to be expanding our workforce here to continue to support our EMEA customers.”