Trilogy Technologies to create 30 new tech jobs
Edel Creely, managing director, Trilogy Technologies, with Taoiseach Enda Kenny

Trilogy Technologies to create 30 new tech jobs

17 Apr 2014

ICT service provider Trilogy Technologies is to create 30 new jobs in Ireland and is expanding its presence in the UK through the acquisition of B2Lateral in London, which employs 20 people.

The expansion was announced at the opening of Trilogy’s new headquarters in Dublin at No.1 High Street, Dublin 8.

“Trilogy Technologies has grown by more than 250pc in the last four years,” said Edel Creely, managing director, Trilogy Technologies. 

“Due to our continued growth we needed to expand our facility in Dublin as well as acquire a new office in the UK to take advantage of the growing demand for managed services.

“This expansion and acquisition will play a strategic role in the company’s ongoing development as we continue to grow to an expected turnover in excess of €10m in the next months,” Creely said.

Succeed and grow

The new headquarters in Dublin accommodates expanding managed service and the support teams that will support its new sales channels as well as growing customer support and development teams. 

It will also host Trilogy’s executive offices as well as its engineering and professional services teams, business operations and high-tech communications and meeting rooms.

“This is a great example of how an indigenous Irish company can succeed and grow in competitive markets,” said Taoiseach Enda Kenny.  

“The Government’s Action Plan for Jobs aims to make Ireland a hub for ICT skills so that we can see more Irish companies grow to create jobs and expand their business on an international scale.  

“I have no doubt Trilogy’s talented workforce has played a big part in their success and I wish all at the company well with their future plans,” Kenny said.

Trilogy Technologies is a Silicon Republic Featured Employer, comprised of top tech companies that are hiring now

John Kennedy
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