From left: Rob Curley, MD of Singlepoint; Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation; Brian Seery, technical consulting director at Singlepoint. Image: Maura Hickey
From left: Rob Curley, MD of Singlepoint; Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation; and Brian Seery, technical consulting director at Singlepoint. Image: Maura Hickey

Singlepoint expands in Dublin as 50 new jobs come on stream

21 Nov 2016

Due to “continued growth”, leading to a doubling of size in just two years, Dublin-based IT consultancy firm Singlepoint has announced plans for 50 new jobs.

A move to new, bigger office space on Dublin’s Marlborough Street today (21 November) is part of Singlepoint’s latest expansion bid.


Singlepoint provides technology consulting services, including professional services and a range of innovative managed services, to satisfy local and multinational market requirements for the success of their business growth, while lowering technology costs.

The latest expansion will see 50 new roles come on stream in the coming months, with positions such as business analysts, developers, scrum masters and project managers a priority.

“Singlepoint has doubled in the last two years,” explained Rob Curley, MD of the company. “Due to our continued growth, we needed to expand our facility in Dublin to take advantage of the growing demand for consulting and professional services.

“This expansion will play a strategic role in the company’s ongoing development as we continue to grow to an expected turnover in excess of €13m in the next months.”

The new facility in Dublin will accommodate expanding services and support 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.

“Singlepoint’s highly regarded specialists add depth to the areas of data analytics, digital and cloud,” said Curley. “We provide value to our clients by reducing costs and time to market in the delivery of new business capabilities.”

Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TD, said she was “delighted” with the news, calling Singlepoint “one of Ireland’s leading independent technology consulting service providers”.

“It is hugely encouraging to see this company move into an expanded space with plans for future job growth. One of my priorities as Minister is creating an environment where job growth can thrive. I wish Rob and his team every success for the future.”

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