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Voice technology company opens international HQ in Dublin

Forty jobs are being created by Nuance Communications.

One of Nuance's latest products - the Swype 4-in-1 keyboard
One of Nuance's latest products - the Swype 4-in-1 keyboard

A LEADING VOICE and language company is to open its international headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 40 jobs.

Nuance Communications provides voice technology solutions to mobile, healthcare and call centre industries and counts the NHS, Vodafone and BMW among its customers.

The company employs more than 10,000 people worldwide – 1,000 of those in Europe.

Neil Watson, senior vice president of Nuance in Europe said that Ireland’s “extensive, talented workforce” attracted the company to Ballsbridge in Dublin. He said the city was a “clear, natural choice”.

Jobs minister Richard Bruton is welcoming the news, saying that the government and the IDA must continue to meet the challenge of leveraging major ICT-focused international companies which have operations here to attract further investment.

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