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75 new jobs announced in Irish tech firm

The company started in a two-person office in Dublin in 1997 and now has over 400 employees worldwide.

IRISH TECHNOLOGY COMPANY IT Alliance Group is to create 75 jobs over the next year, it was announced today.

The announcement was made by Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the firm’s new global headquarters in Park West, Dublin. The €2 million investment that will create the jobs is supported by Enterprise Ireland.

IT Alliance Group started in a two-person office in Dublin in 1997 and now employs over 400 people worldwide providing a service to customers including Microsoft, IMB, BT and Dell.

It specialises in IT project and service management, testing, infrastructure technologies and resource management.

Speaking at the opening of the headquarters today, the Taoiseach said he sees “no reason why Irish companies cannot create strong, dominant technology brands that compete internationally over the next decade, especially those in the emerging cloud sector.”

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