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Good news: Travel software company to create 100 jobs in Dublin

Datalex is looking for software developers, architects and analysts.

TRAVEL SOFTWARE COMPANY Datalex has announced it will create 100 jobs in Dublin.

The jobs will be based at the firm’s offices in East Point Business Park, and are part of 200 new positions being created internationally.

Aidan Brogan, Datalex’s CEO, said: “We are actively recruiting globally and throughout Ireland for highly-skilled senior software developers, architects, analysts, project managers and many other roles.”

Jobs Minister Mary Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD said today’s announcement is “very welcome”, stating: “I am particularly pleased that this expansion will provide 100 high quality skilled jobs for the Irish economy.”

Deirdre Somers, CEO of the Irish Stock Exchange, said Datalex’s “achievements and ambitious plans for growth reinforce the considerable strides that Irish companies are making in the digital commerce sector”.

Datalex employs 450 people across four continents, with offices in the UK, US and China. You can read more about the jobs on offer here.

It’s been a good week on the jobs front, with EY and Amazon also announcing hundreds of new jobs in Ireland.

Read: Amazon has started hiring 500 more people in Ireland

Read: One of the ‘Big Four’ firms is hiring for €50k jobs across five Irish cities

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