Based at its new Irish headquarters in Swords, Co Dublin, the Japanese tech company already employs 80 people in Ireland and Ricoh says the plan is to bring the total workforce here to 190 by 2019.
The news comes with steady growth in the company’s Irish operations and it is hopes revenues within the company’s operations in this country hoped to double from €16 million to €32 million over the next three years.
Ricoh UK and Ireland chief executive Phil Keoghan said the decision to invest was a reflection of the skilled workforce and international relations that make it a very attractive location for any organisation with a global presence.
“Today’s announcement underlines Ricoh Ireland’s success in embracing digital transformation and helping our customers to do the same. The new HQ truly is the feather in our cap, showcasing how we have used technology to pioneer the workforce of the future.
Gary Hopwood, General Manager, Ricoh Ireland
Ricoh has been in Ireland since 1980 and also has a document production centre in Glasnevin in Dublin.
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