Mobile IT integrator CWSI to create 12 new jobs in Dublin
Ronan Murphy, CEO at CWSI

Mobile IT integrator CWSI to create 12 new jobs in Dublin

1 Mar 2016189 Shares

Dedicated mobile IT integrator player CWSI is to create 12 new jobs in Ireland as demand for the management and security of mobile devices rises.

CWSI, which has offices in Dublin and London, was established in 2010 and works with enterprises and institutions in Ireland and the UK.

The latest expansion brings the company’s workforce to 35 people.

The company works exclusively in the area of securing and managing mobile for large businesses.

CWSI is managing the mobility challenge

“The challenge of managing mobility within organisations continues to grow,” according to Ronan Murphy, CEO at CWSI.

“We continue to see new mobile threats on a daily basis.  It is vitally important that organisations have the structures in place to not only enable mobile usage but to address security needs.

“With our unique and specialist focus on enterprise mobility, we continue to add new clients to our mobile managed services and see the growth continuing at exceptional rates over the next 18 months,” Murphy said.

The latest expansion follows a previous rapid expansion that saw the company announce 10 new jobs in 2014.

CWSI was recently awarded third place in the Deloitte Fast 50 growing companies in Ireland.

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