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More than 60 new jobs in Limerick to be created by Worldwide TechServices (WWTS)

Tech firm Worldwide TechServices (WWTS) is to establish its European headquarters in Limerick

62 New jobs in limerick

Worldwide TechServices (WWTS), a leading Global provider of information technology solutions, is to establish a European Headquarters in Limerick with the creation of 62 new high quality jobs.

WWTS employs more than 3,000 people worldwide. The company provides custom infrastructure and managed service solutions for a variety of technologies and customers in the IT market across 82 countries today.  The Planned Solution centre in Limerick will support Operations and Sales activities across EMEA.

“Limerick was chosen for this operation due to its excellent skills base, established technology cluster and connectivity to the Boston area and excellent reach capacity into mainland Europe. I look forward to the growth of WWTS in Ireland”

Donna Martin, Chief Operations Officer with WWTS

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

‘‘WWTS is an excellent addition to Limerick’s technology cluster. WWTS has a growing customer base and many high profile customers operating in global markets. Dell, HP, IBM, Sony, Canon and Apple are just some of the company’s customers. This is an excellent win for Limerick and the mid-west region and I would like to offer the on-going support of IDA Ireland as WWTS develops its Irish operation.’’

Barry O’Leary, CEO of IDA Ireland

Describing the new jobs in Limerick as great news  for the city, Jan O’Sullivan (TD and Minister for Housing) said;

“WWTS is a bluechip company and the fact that it has chosen Limerick for a European Headquarters is vote of confidence in the region as a technology hub for world class companies.”

Limerick Labour Party TD and Minister for Housing Jan O’Sullivan

 

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More than 60 new jobs in Limerick to be created by Worldwide TechServices (WWTS)

Tech firm Worldwide TechServices (WWTS) is to establish its European headquarters in Limerick

62 New jobs in limerick

Worldwide TechServices (WWTS), a leading Global provider of information technology solutions, is to establish a European Headquarters in Limerick with the creation of 62 new high quality jobs.

WWTS employs more than 3,000 people worldwide. The company provides custom infrastructure and managed service solutions for a variety of technologies and customers in the IT market across 82 countries today.  The Planned Solution centre in Limerick will support Operations and Sales activities across EMEA.

“Limerick was chosen for this operation due to its excellent skills base, established technology cluster and connectivity to the Boston area and excellent reach capacity into mainland Europe. I look forward to the growth of WWTS in Ireland”

Donna Martin, Chief Operations Officer with WWTS

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

‘‘WWTS is an excellent addition to Limerick’s technology cluster. WWTS has a growing customer base and many high profile customers operating in global markets. Dell, HP, IBM, Sony, Canon and Apple are just some of the company’s customers. This is an excellent win for Limerick and the mid-west region and I would like to offer the on-going support of IDA Ireland as WWTS develops its Irish operation.’’

Barry O’Leary, CEO of IDA Ireland

Describing the new jobs in Limerick as great news  for the city, Jan O’Sullivan (TD and Minister for Housing) said;

“WWTS is a bluechip company and the fact that it has chosen Limerick for a European Headquarters is vote of confidence in the region as a technology hub for world class companies.”

Limerick Labour Party TD and Minister for Housing Jan O’Sullivan

 

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