12 new IT jobs for Galway and 20 new highly skilled jobs for Dublin announced today
12 new software jobs for Galway as OnePageCRM secures €575k investment
Cloud-based sales management software company OnePageCRM has raised €575,000 from Enterprise Ireland and other investors. The funding round will enable the company to create 12 new software engineering roles in Galway covering web, mobile technology, digital marketing and customer support.
OnePageCRM is a cloud-based sales management application for SMEs designed to boost sales.
Specifically built for small business, its design makes it effective with minimal data entry and is as easy to use as email.
OnePageCRM is part of the wave of new cloud-based applications for business, where team collaboration and mobile access is at the forefront.
“OnePageCRM is exactly the type of young and innovative company that Enterprise Ireland is keen to support”
“They have worked with both the local Galway Enterprise Board and now Enterprise Ireland to build an ambitious company with a very strong product offering. We look forward to continue working with them as they grow and develop their business in international markets”
Barry Egan (Regional Director of the West Region, Enterprise Ireland)
Renewable energy consultancy Natural Power to create 20 new jobs in Dublin
Meanwhile twenty new highly skilled jobs have been created in Dublin at Natural Power, an international renewable energy consultancy specialising in onshore wind, offshore wind, tidal energy, biomass, solar PV and hydro energy.
Natural Power operates globally with offices in the UK, Europe and North America. Dublin represents the company’s first office in Ireland and 13th office internationally. The office will be based at Beacon Court in Sandyford, Dublin 18.
“Natural Power’s decision to establish an operation in Ireland will offer an alternative cleaner energy source to consumers. Ireland has the expertise to be a key world player in the development of the ocean-energy marketplace”
Barry O’Leary, CEO, IDA Ireland
The Dublin office will focus on local and global construction projects. With more than 50 wind-farm projects completed to date across Europe and North America, Natural Power offers a complete and comprehensive range of construction management, technical advice, design and geotechnical support.
“The Irish coastline has an abundance of renewable energy in the offshore wind sector and it is vital that we continue to appropriately exploit this natural resource to reduce our dependency on fossil fuels, which has a negative effect on our environment. Natural Power will support Ireland’s renewable energy strategy to deliver sustainable energy infrastructure to benefit the economy”
“Companies like Natural Power will be the lynchpin of Ireland’s emerging green economy”
Pat Rabbitte (Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources)
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