ICT services company Ergo will create 30 jobs in Dublin this year and aims to hire another 50 people by 2015. The job creation is fuelled by the demand for infrastructure and software solutions, as well as managed service propositions, including cloud computing.
The new roles on offer are in areas such as business intelligence and Microsoft’s collaborative working software SharePoint. Ergo will also be looking for senior infrastructure engineers, IT engineers, Microsoft Certified engineers and technical project managers.
The company is aiming for a 25-30pc expansion by 2015 with year-on-year revenue growth of 10-15pc, thanks to demand for infrastructure and software solutions.
“Our continued growth and success has been achieved by constantly evolving to give our customers what they need,” said John Purdy, CEO of Ergo.
“There have been significant advancements in the way businesses use and consume technology, so I expect that trend not only to continue but to accelerate,” he said.
Ergo has recently been listed as one of the best medium-sized companies in this year’s ‘Great Place to Work’ survey. It also requalified as one of Ireland’s best managed companies in Deloitte’s Best Managed Companies award programme.