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Every little helps: Ten new tech jobs in Dublin

The announcement has come from data analytics firm Nathean Technologies

AN IRISH SOFTWARE company has announced the creation of up to 10 new jobs in Dublin today.

Nathean Technologies, an Irish data analytics software company which aims to simplify data for clients, said it would hire eight to 10 new employees to support its export led growth plans.

The new roles will be in research and development and business development. The company said it expects exports to double and to increase revenues by at least 50 per cent in the next year.

The company has also received fresh investment of €800,000 to support its international growth plans with Maurice Lynch, Managing Director at Nathean commenting: “With this latest round of investment and new hires coming on board, we are building a strong platform for sustained international growth.”

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