Macmarts recently moved into a new office space in Limerick and appointed a new CTO as it sets its sights on the Irish and European manufacturing markets.
Irish enterprise cloud applications provider Macmarts is creating 40 new jobs in Limerick over the next three years.
The company recently moved into a new office space in the National Technology Park, Co Limerick, close to the University of Limerick campus.
It will be hiring for a range of roles across product management, software engineering, sales, marketing and customer success.
Recently featured as a SiliconRepublic.com Start-up of the Week, Macmarts is developing tools to help companies keep an eye on manufacturing budgets.
The company’s core product, SpendBooks, allows corporate-wide teams in manufacturing companies to track and control spending in real time.
It is also launching ProjectBooks in Ireland and European markets, a cloud-based project resource management application for teams in manufacturing organisations to manage project resources and control project spending.
“Companies in heavily regulated industries can now use our technology to lessen the time that goes into managing multimillion-euro budgets,” said Tony Frawley, Macmarts CEO.
“As businesses navigate industry 4.0, companies must have the resources available to survive and thrive. The Macmarts system enables these companies on their digital transformation journey to focus on real inputs and outputs such as resource efficiency, cost-saving, connectivity and data analysis.”
Macmarts’ software is aimed at companies across the life sciences, food, health and pharma sectors, as well as other heavily regulated areas of the manufacturing industry.
As well as its hiring announcement and product launch, Macmarts is adding to its senior leadership team.
Keith Doran has been appointed chief technology officer of the company. Doran has more than 25 years’ experience in his industry.
“The system will be a game changer for manufacturing companies and I look forward to playing my part in enabling its users to optimise their spending and resource efficiency,” he said of Macmarts’ software.
For more information on the roles available at Macmarts, see its website.
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