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Rob Curley. Image: Singlepoint

Singlepoint to create 50 new jobs in Dublin’s North Dock

22 Mar 2019

Dublin tech firm Singlepoint has grown organically to be a leader in digital transformation.

Digital consulting firm Singlepoint is to create 50 new jobs and is moving to new offices in North Dock, Dublin.

Once the expansion is complete, the company will employ 170 people in total.

‘Singlepoint is driving massive transformation in the technology industry by helping companies simplify how they manage their data’

Founded in 2009, and with offices in Dublin and London, the company has grown quickly through organic growth to be one of the market leaders in digital transformation in Ireland and the UK.

A singular focus on digital transformation

The new jobs, due to be created by the end of 2019, will be in the areas of software development, HR, and sales and marketing with roles also including cloud and solutions architects, and project managers.

The new facility in Dublin accommodates expanding services and supports its new sales channels as well as growing customer support and development teams.

It will also host Singlepoint’s executive offices as well as hotdesking facilities for its outsourced teams, business operations and high-tech communications, and meeting rooms.

The company will move into Dublin Landings in North Dock later this month.

“2019 represents a huge milestone in Singlepoint’s history,” said Rob Curley, managing director of Singlepoint.

“We have five new licensed customers for our DAPx platform and we are expecting 100pc growth this year.”

Singlepoint recently received its first European award after scooping Innovating Technology Solution of the Year at the European IT and Software Excellence Awards 2019 in London for the company’s DAPx platform.

Developed by Singlepoint, DAPx is a cloud-ready digitised solution that provides a framework for delivering solutions and services reliably and quickly. It is designed to accelerate digital delivery by moving away from proprietary stacks cost-effectively.

“Singlepoint is driving massive transformation in the technology industry by helping companies simplify how they manage their data,” Curley explained.

“We have grown steadily since our founding, and we continue to scale the company at a rapid pace.

“Singlepoint is a dynamic, innovation-led company at the cutting edge of its industry. This is an exciting time for the company and it’s a great opportunity for talented people to join our growing team.”

John Kennedy
By John Kennedy

John Kennedy is a journalist who served as editor of Silicon Republic for 17 years. His interests include all things technological, music, movies, reading, history, gaming and losing the occasional game of poker.

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