IT Alliance Group announces 75 new jobs at Auxilion in Dublin
Philip Maguire, CEO and founder, IT Alliance Group

IT Alliance Group announces 75 new jobs at Auxilion in Dublin

3 Oct 2013

Irish tech firm IT Alliance Group has already started recruitment for 75 new positions at subsidiary company Auxilion, with the establishment of new headquarters in west Dublin.

Founded in Dublin in 1997, IT Alliance Group provides IT outsourcing services to top names in tech around the world, such as HP, BT, Dell, IBM, and Microsoft. In June 2012, the group branched out into cloud services with the establishment of Auxilion. Auxilion currently employs 30 people and today marked the official opening of its new global headquarters in Park West, Dublin.

This 20,000 sq-foot facility comes on the back of a €2m investment supported by Enterprise Ireland. It will also see 75 new roles created at Auxilion over the next year, covering a wide range of IT services, as well as account and project management, digital marketing and business operations.

“While there is a shortage of IT skills worldwide, the Government is making strides to address the issue here. Combined with our indigenous creative skills I see no reason why Irish companies cannot create strong, dominant technology brands that compete internationally over the next decade, especially those in the emerging cloud sector,” said Philip Maguire, CEO and founder of IT Alliance Group.

Speaking at the opening of the new headquarters, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TD, said, “The expansion of this ambitious and innovative Irish technology company further enhances the country’s reputation as a ‘digital island’.”

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