Software company creating 110 jobs in Limerick

Software company creating 110 jobs in Limerick

Transact Campus, a US-based software company, is creating 110 jobs in Limerick.

The Digital Campus Project in Limerick City Center will serve as the company’s international headquarters.

The deal plans to invest in multiple areas, including cloud-based data analytics and AI-linked analysis.

Jobs available with the company include jobs in product managers, program masters, UX designers, front and back end developers, iOS and Android developers, dopples engineers and data scientists.

Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, Transact represents more than 12 million students and serves more than 1,300 educational institutions, facilitating more than $ 46 billion in annual education-related payments.

The company’s software services include tuition, fee bill presentation and payment, and student payment plans to ensure secure authorized access to campus facilities and events.

David Marr, CEO, Transact Campus, said: “As a company, Transact is constantly striving to empower our clients with innovative products and enable them to make meaningful changes in the lives of the students they serve.

We will continue to do this by creating highly skilled and collaborative teams that experience a strong sense of ownership and a passion for what they create. ”

The government is supporting the project through IDA Ireland.

IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan said: “The acquisition of this investment for Limerick raises the profile of the Midwest region as an attractive destination for financial services.

The announcement is in line with IDA Ireland’s strategy to achieve highly skilled roles for local locations and Ireland’s Financial Strategy focusing on increasing financial services investment in the region. ”

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