CompuCal secures investment that will double jobs growth
Jackie Dornan, managing director, and Matthew Dornan, CTO, from CompuCal Calibration Solutions

CompuCal secures investment that will double jobs growth

23 Jul 2012

A strategic investment secured by CompuCal Calibration Solutions Ltd with its long-term partner Endress+Hauser will see jobs growth double for the Cork-based business.

The calibration management specialist has already doubled its workforce over the past year and this new investment will help to speed up CompuCal’s growth targets and allow for an expansion of its technical team to 20 people over the next two years.

Positions made available will mainly be concentrated in the company’s R&D division, with more jobs potentially coming on stream with further growth and investment.

CompuCal’s managing director Jackie Dornan expressed her pride in the team in Cork and the company’s web-based calibration and compliance software platform. “We are embarking on an exciting new journey with our partner Endress+Hauser, which will strengthen their position in the market and enable them to fully meet the expectations of their customers,” she said.

“We are an indigenous Irish company who are securing continued growth with new global customers and partners, as well as new jobs and R&D projects for our Cork office,” Dornan added. “CompuCal is proof that Ireland is still an ideal location for foreign companies to invest in.”

Endress+Hauser, a provider of measurement instrumentation services and solutions for industrial processing engineering, will leverage CompuCal’s solutions, strengthening its market position.

“CompuCal has been a reliable partner for many years. CompuCal offers a perfect fit to our Plant Asset Management suite of integrated software tools,” said Dr Raimund Sommer, managing director of Endress+Hauser. “It will also ensure seamless integration into our Life Cycle Management ‘W@M’ on one hand and allow integration with widely used calibrators to deliver paperless calibrations to our customers.”

Elaine Burke
By Elaine Burke

Elaine Burke is editor of Silicon Republic, having served a few years as managing editor up to 2019. She joined in 2011 as a journalist covering gadgets, new media and tech jobs. She comes from a background in publishing and is known for being particularly pernickety when it comes to spelling and grammar – earning her the nickname, Critical Red Pen.

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