Asavie: ‘Innovation is at the core of what we do’
Mark Mullane, software engineering manager for product development at Asavie. Image: Luke Maxwell

Asavie: ‘Innovation is at the core of what we do’

22 Feb 2016138 Shares

Speaking to Siliconrepublic.com for the Look Inside series, Mark Mullane, software engineering manager for product development at Asavie, talks about what the company looks for from candidates, and why Asavie is a fantastic place to work.

Asavie is a developer and provider of cloud-delivered connectivity services, helping internet of things (IoT) companies to get products rapidly to market.

With clients including AT&T, Telefonica and Vodafone, Asavie is currently going through a rapid growth phase – something Mullane says should prove exciting for interested candidates – and it recently announced 106 new jobs, doubling its workforce.

Asavie is always looking for strong applicants to fill out its diverse workforce. “The first thing I look for, certainly in the engineers I try to hire, is that they are smart, open-minded and curious,” says Mullane.

Clearly that’s a good niche for the company as, according to Mullane, there is a staff turnover of zero in the engineering department.

Asavie looks for everyone from junior grads to those with a lot of experience behind them. Candidates that will stand out will have excellent communication skills, and be flexible and ambitious.

The Dublin 4 office is in a great location, close to restaurants and to the city centre. There is a fantastic atmosphere in the office, and a sense of camaraderie that stretches to the brewing of beer as an IoT project.

For more information on Asavie, watch Mullane’s full interview here:

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Kirsty Tobin
By Kirsty Tobin

Kirsty served as Silicon Republic’s Careers Editor from when she joined the company in 2015 up to August 2017. When she was younger, she had a dream where she started and won a fight with a T-Rex, so she’s pretty sure she kicked butt at this, too. Passions include eating all the cake, watching more TV than is healthy, and sassy comebacks. Her favourite thing on the internet is, and will likely remain, Pun Dog.

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