New jobs at Dundalk Software Company – Latest News

New jobs at Dundalk Software Company - Latest News

Software development company Intact has launched a recruitment drive for 40 new employees in Ireland and the UK.

Intact, a software company headquartered in Dantalk, Co. Louth, has announced that it will hire 40 new jobs in Ireland and the UK this year.

The group has recently increased its demand for its enterprise resource planning and business management software, creating opportunities for software developers, software support staff, project and account managers to join the group.

In addition to its headquarters in Dandalk, it has Irish offices in Cork and Bray and UK offices in Hemel Hempstead and Warrington. He said many of the new roles will be headquartered in Dundalk and some are far from Ireland. The new staff will bring in about 200 company workers from Ireland and the UK.

“We are pleased to be hiring new talent at a time of significant economic challenges,” said Justin Loles, CEO of Intact.

Our ability to attract talented professionals and provide them with rewarding careers has grown rapidly in recent years. We are committed to investing in our people to ensure that Intect continues to grow with our commitment to helping our clients perform better.

Paul Marie and Aidan Loles have been in the business since 1992. Since then, the number of customers has grown to more than 21,000, with more than 2,500 companies in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Its products are intended for consumers in the commercial, wholesale and distribution sectors.

The company has received four consecutive Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards since 2016, and the 2018 Great Place to Work Award.

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To learn more about job opportunities and career, visit the company’s career page here. He currently holds advertising positions including Senior .NET Developer and Application Support Consultant.

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