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US technology firms to create 125 jobs in Dublin

Internet advertising firm Adroll is expanding and will add on 100 jobs.

Online advertising platform company AdRoll is to add 100 jobs at its Dublin office, bringing the total number of people it expects to employ there to 220.

The company, which officially opens its new offices in Dublin today, already employs 75 people at its Europe, Middle East and Africa headquarters.

The firm opened the Irish operation in October, with the intention of creating 100 jobs in its first year. That was later expanded to 120 as growth in the EMEA region moved ahead of expectations.

AdRoll specialises in online advertising retargeting, which enables advertisers to show ads to users who have already visited their site or viewed their products while browsing the web.It currently has over 2,000 customers in more than 15 countries across Europe, and said its growth of more than 270 per cent “far exceeded” its original expectations for the region.

The company is currently recruiting in its sales, account management, business development, finance and engineering sectors.

Meanwhile, Innovative Interfaces, a Californian library technology firm is to create 25 jobs bringing total staff levels to 50.

Technology firm Innovative Interfaces is expanding its Dublin operation, adding 25 jobs at it European headquarters in Dublin by the end of next year.

The move will double the number of people employed at the firm, which specialises in library technology.

The move was welcomed by Taoiseach Enda Kenny. “Innovative’s decision to expand its operation in Ireland with the creation of 25 new jobs is another vote of confidence in the country’s strengths as a location for investment,” he said.

Innovative provides integrated library management and automation software, which is installed in various types of libraries including academic, public, consortia, school, medical and law.

 

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US technology firms to create 125 jobs in Dublin

Internet advertising firm Adroll is expanding and will add on 100 jobs.

Online advertising platform company AdRoll is to add 100 jobs at its Dublin office, bringing the total number of people it expects to employ there to 220.

The company, which officially opens its new offices in Dublin today, already employs 75 people at its Europe, Middle East and Africa headquarters.

The firm opened the Irish operation in October, with the intention of creating 100 jobs in its first year. That was later expanded to 120 as growth in the EMEA region moved ahead of expectations.

AdRoll specialises in online advertising retargeting, which enables advertisers to show ads to users who have already visited their site or viewed their products while browsing the web.It currently has over 2,000 customers in more than 15 countries across Europe, and said its growth of more than 270 per cent “far exceeded” its original expectations for the region.

The company is currently recruiting in its sales, account management, business development, finance and engineering sectors.

Meanwhile, Innovative Interfaces, a Californian library technology firm is to create 25 jobs bringing total staff levels to 50.

Technology firm Innovative Interfaces is expanding its Dublin operation, adding 25 jobs at it European headquarters in Dublin by the end of next year.

The move will double the number of people employed at the firm, which specialises in library technology.

The move was welcomed by Taoiseach Enda Kenny. “Innovative’s decision to expand its operation in Ireland with the creation of 25 new jobs is another vote of confidence in the country’s strengths as a location for investment,” he said.

Innovative provides integrated library management and automation software, which is installed in various types of libraries including academic, public, consortia, school, medical and law.

 

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