Over 100 jobs being added by Ergo in multiple Irish counties
Sheetal Sukhija - Thursday 8th February, 2018
Cloud and Managed Services provider Ergo has announced the new jobs
The company said it would expand its workforce by 100 people
The company is forecasting revenues to hit 100 million euros by 2020
DUBLIN, Ireland - As part of its plans to expand its footprint in the country, Cloud and Managed Services provider Ergo has announced new jobs in Ireland.
The company, which provides IT solutions that range from software and infrastructure to IT staffing to document and print solutions said, that it will be expanding its workforce by 100 people, as it forecasts revenues to hit 100 million euros by 2020.
Ergo added in its announced that the new roles will include a spectrum of commercial, technical, project and programme management skills.
Further, it said that the new jobs are set to be created primarily in Dublin and Cork, and that the new roles will take the company’s workforce to 510.
Commenting on the new announcement, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD said, "Starting in 1993 with just eight employees, Ergo has built an extremely impressive track record over the past 25 years and demonstrates the market appetite for innovative IT solutions. I wish John and the team continued success as they successfully scale their operations."
Meanwhile, Ergo CEO John Purdy said in the announcement that the company has witnessed consistent demand from new and existing clients.
Purdy added, “We continue to invest in our businesses, with growth being achieved through organic and acquisition activities to drive new ideas and areas of innovation.”
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