ICT solutions provider Datapac has just announced the creation of 10 new jobs in its Dublin and Wexford bases shortly after recruiting 14 new employees in the last three months.
These 10 new jobs will be involved in the technical side of things as well as support and customer service and the recruitment process will begin immediately.
The jobs announcement follows Datapac’s recent news of a boost in sales for Q4 of 2009 where numbers were 11pc higher than company expectations.
"We continue to invest in the company to ensure that we have the capacity and expertise to match the evolving needs of our customers," said Patrick Kickham, director, Datapac.
"We’ve always differentiated ourselves by continually developing the skillset of our employees, and we believe that Datapac can add real value and gain competitive advantage by offering levels of service that are unmatched in the industry."
"By recruiting new talent with the right level of experience and technical knowledge, we will increase our market share and grow the business at this very opportune time with the market showing signs of recovery," he added.
Unified communications group manager for Datapac Dave Berry said that the company sees great opportunities for the UC virtualisation and managed services offerings in 2010.
By Marie Boran
Photo: Donal Berry, unified communications group manager, Datapac and Patrick Kickham, director, Datapac