10 new jobs as mobile IT firm CWSI expands in Dublin

4 Jun 2014404 Views

Dublin-based mobile IT integrator CWSI is to create 10 new jobs at a new operation in Sandyford, Dublin. The company has grown steadily over the last two years and has expanded into the UK market.

CWSI enables businesses and mobile users to embrace mobile working by providing access to core business information and applications while on the move. 

“We have grown by more than 200pc in the last two years,” explains Ronan Murphy, managing firector, CWSI. 

“Due to our continued growth we have needed to expand our facility in Sandyford as well as an office in the UK to meet the growing demand for mobile IT integrated solutions. 

“This expansion will play a strategic role in the company’s ongoing development as we continue to grow.” 

The company provides innovative solutions in the areas of mobile IT, including enterprise mobility management (EMM), mobile file management (MFM) and the delivery of enterprise mobility solutions and policies. 

Specialised knowledge of mobile IT and a network agnostic position in the market allows CWSI to work with multiple carriers and operating systems.

The new facility in Dublin accommodates larger support and technical teams which will support its expanding sales channels as well as growing customer support and development teams. 

It also hosts CWSI’s executive offices as well as its engineering and professional services teams, business operations and hi-tech communications and meeting rooms.

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