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300 New Jobs for Dublin with SAGE

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300 New Jobs for Dublin with SAGE


Wednesday, October 14, 2015 




300 New Jobs for Dublin with SAGE

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has welcomed the creation of 300 jobs in Dublin as Europe’s second largest technology company Sage announces the opening of a new Sandyford base in South Dublin.

The Dublin Centre will serve the European market for Sage, the world’s leading small business accounting, payments and payroll solutions provider. These new centres will provide digitally-driven sales and support for its global products. It will enhance the overall experience for customers and partners and be part of the sales proposition to potential customers across Europe.

Sage said the office will create career opportunities in Marketing, Sales and Services. Sage is building these centres globally as part of its strategy to build deeper, life-long relationships with customers.

Sage currently has 1.8m customers across Europe. The company's existing office in Citywest, Dublin employs 250 members of staff.

The project is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.

Sage are currently recruiting. Details of Career Opportunities with Sage are available here.

Source: IDA Ireland

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