120 tech jobs in Dublin as Coupa opens European hub

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Coupa Software has opened a new European hub in Dublin on the back of a year’s worth of global expansion, with the new office in Eastpoint Business Park bringing 120 jobs to the region.

Already employing 60 people in the EMEA region, roles in Dublin will be in fields like technical support, professional services, technical account management, integrations support, technical training, DevOps, sales, marketing, finance and HR.

“Today’s office opening supports our growth in this region as we continue to work tirelessly to help companies across EMEA save millions of euros in previously unmanaged spend,” said Rob Bernshteyn, CEO of Coupa.

“Our cloud spend management solutions are redefining the value that software should deliver to businesses in EMEA and changing how customers define success from enterprise software solutions.”

Yet more tech jobs in Dublin

Founded 10 years ago, Coupa operates in the cloud-based spend management realm, with the EMEA hub in Dublin following a tripling of the companies customers since last year.

It’s been a big week for Coupa, after its purchase of Australian outfit InvoiceSmash on Monday, adding to its SaaS proposition.

“Our acquisition of InvoiceSmash is a huge step forward for the industry. The InvoiceSmash technology will help businesses large and small transact faster and easier than ever before with significantly less manual intervention,” said Bernshteyn.

“The InvoiceSmash technology will be a hugely value-added extension to our organic suite of capabilities and will drive immediate value, supporting the very essence of Coupa’s Savings-as-a-Service approach.”

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