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60 new jobs for Dublin and Galway with Storm Technology

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60 new jobs for Dublin and Galway with Storm Technology


Friday, October 06, 2017 




60 new jobs for Dublin and Galway with Storm Technology

Storm Technology, a digital enterprise consultancy company of Microsoft, has today announced the creation of 60 new jobs in Dublin and Galway.

The roles on offer include opportunities for senior managers, digital business consultants, change management experts and software professionals.

The expansion is in response to increased demand for the company’s services. Storm Technology’s client base includes AIB, CIE, Topaz, Kerry Group and Volkswagen.

Karl Flannery, CEO of Storm Technology, said "We have been successfully achieving double-digit growth over the past five years and our plans are to double that over the next three years. Building out our team and attracting great talent is essential to our continued success."

The announcement was welcomed by An Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald TD and John MacNamara, Enterprise Ireland Digital Technology Manager. 

The CareersPortal Team