241 jobs have been created across Galway, Dublin, Letterkenny and Limerick at 8 high growth companies from Europe and the US.

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar and IDA Ireland made the announcement, with the investments supported by the Irish Government.

The new jobs will be spread across the technology and business service sectors with a range of activities such as Sales and Marketing, Software Development, engineering, customer success and Tech Support.

50 of the jobs total will be at Bluecrux, a leading provider of process and technology solutions in planning, operations, and transformation and they will be on stream by 2025.

This further consolidates bluecrux’ global expansion plans. 

In May 2021, bluecrux opened their first office in Ireland in Galway, followed by a second one in Dublin in March 2022.

Given the global nature of their clients and their programs and deep domain expertise in leading companies in the US, Europe and Asia, this global expansion aligns with the focus to service and support client program delivery across Ireland and the UK region.

“Currently we have a team of 11, but we expect to employ over 50 by the end of 2025 in our Galway and Dublin operations”, says Aaron O’Brien, Managing Director of bluecrux Ireland. “In 2022, 15 new jobs will be taken up across a range of roles in management, commercial, software engineering, consulting and delivery, QA & Customer Success Management.”

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