25 new jobs as Innovative Interfaces doubles size of EMEA HQ in Dublin

26 Jun 2014

Library technology company Innovative Interfaces is to double the size of its EMEA headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 25 new jobs, bringing employment in the Irish capital to 50 by the end of next year.

Innovative Interfaces, founded in 1978 and headquartered in Emeryville, California, is a global provider of integrated library management and automation software.

“We have had a very positive experience of the business environment in Ireland since we first set up our EMEA headquarters in Dublin in 2012,” said Kim Massana, Innovative Interfaces’ CEO.

“Dublin has a rich talent pool and we have been able to recruit an exceptionally skilled and multilingual staff to serve our customers throughout Europe. Our current staff of 25 is fluent in 15 languages. This is a real advantage to a global company like Innovative that serves libraries in more than 60 countries.”

Innovative Interfaces is located at George’s Quay Plaza in Dublin, and currently employs 25 people in finance, system analysis, software development, and customer and technical support.

“Innovative Interfaces’ EMEA headquarters in Dublin is a key strategic division within the parent company, delivering support, development and hosting solutions for the EMEA market,” said IDA chief executive Barry O’Leary.

“The company’s decision to expand here is an endorsement of Ireland’s attractiveness to overseas companies as a location of choice for EMEA activities.”

Digital library image via Shutterstock

John Kennedy
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