Storm growing staff numbers in Dublin and Galway (video)
Ronan O'Halloran, CRM practice director, Storm Technology

Storm growing staff numbers in Dublin and Galway (video)

25 Nov 2013

In our new series, Ronan O’Halloran, CRM practice director at Storm Technology, gives us an insight into what it’s like to work for the Dublin and Galway-based business technology consultancy focused on making the most Microsoft technologies for its clients.

Earlier this year, Storm announced 21 new jobs at its Dublin and Galway offices following year-on-year growth and increasing demand for its services. As a Microsoft Gold Partner, new recruits at the company are afforded the chance to work at the cutting edge, testing products and services before they are released.

The firm is currently seeking to hire a practice director for enterprise applications, technology consultants in SharePoint, Dynamics and ASP.NET, as well as business analysts, project managers, and graduates.

For anyone considering a career at Storm Technology, O’Halloran says it’s not strictly a technical background that the company looks for. While the company is looking for experienced professionals for senior roles, there are also positions available in less technical areas, and many employees have been taken on from conversion courses with specialist training provided to get them up to speed.

What’s truly important for all Storm employees, however, is a keen sense of professionalism and good business acumen when it comes to engaging with clients and representing the business.

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Elaine Burke
By Elaine Burke

Elaine Burke was editor of Silicon Republic until 2023, and is now the host of For Tech’s Sake, a co-production from Silicon Republic and The HeadStuff Podcast Network. Elaine joined Silicon Republic in 2011 as a journalist covering gadgets, new media and tech jobs. She later served as managing editor before stepping up as editor in 2019. 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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