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Over 300 jobs being created at IT firm in Dublin

The jobs will be filled over the next three years.

AN IT SERVICES company is set to announce that over 300 jobs will be created at its base in Dublin city.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is expected to make the announcement at Version 1 this morning.

The jobs will be created over the next three years in the areas of systems integration, cloud and data analytics, and enterprise resource planning.

Version 1, founded in Dublin in 1996, also has offices in Cork and various locations in the UK, employing over 850 people.

The company is expected to make €100 million in revenue for the first time this year.

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