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60 jobs announced in Cork and Portlaoise

The jobs are IDA backed and come in the IT and telecoms sector.

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TWO SEPARATE COMPANIES have announced a combined 60 jobs in two new centres in Cork and Laois.

Californian IT security company AlienVault has announced it is setting up a European sales and technical support centre in Cork city, leading to the creation of 40 jobs.

Meanwhile, Internal Results, which provides services to technology and telecommunications companies, will establish a customer support centre in Portlaoise. The Internal Results move will create 20 job.

Alien Vault has recently hired its first twelve staff in Cork, consisting of sales, sales engineers, tech support and management personnel.

“We are extremely pleased to open our new EMEA Sales and Technical Support Centre in Cork to tap into the immense tech talent that Ireland has to offer, said Barmak Meftah, president and CEO at AlienVault.

“We have seen rapid growth in our customer and partner base in EMEA, and we are hiring key personnel to service and support them as we continue to build on our momentum in the region.”

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Both companies are supported by the IDA Ireland.

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