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50 New Jobs with Data Management Solutions Company Asystec

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50 New Jobs with Data Management Solutions Company Asystec


Friday, September 18, 2015 




50 New Jobs with Data Management Solutions Company Asystec

Data management solutions company Asystec is creating 50 highly skilled jobs at a new Cork office in Ballincollig.

The highly skilled jobs and will come on stream over the next three years. New roles will be created in the fields of:

  • Analytics
  • Datacentre and
  • IT Security and Governance.

A new state-of-the-art facility in Cork will provide customers and technology partners in the region with off-site work space to enable strategic planning and innovation around Data management strategies.

The company designs IT solutions to assist companies to manage, secure and leverage their key data assets. Privately owned and funded, Asystec was founded by Les Byrne & Brendan McPhillips in 2011 and has an impressive line-up of global brands and multinationals as clients. 

Speaking at the official opening Minister for European Affairs and Data Protection, Dara Murphy TD said, "I am delighted to announce the creation of 50 new highly skilled jobs in Cork today. Asystec is a fantastic example of an indigenous Irish company providing specialised and innovative data management solutions to a host of clients both nationally and internationally." Founder and Managing Director of Asystec, Les Byrne added, "To meet the growing demand for our services, we have had to scale up teams in our offices across Ireland & the UK, the announcement of the 50 new highly skilled jobs today is a reflection of our absolute focus, international customer wins and increasing market demand."

Details of Career Opportunities with Asystec are available here.

The CareersPortal Team