Enterpryze, a Dublin-based cloud software firm, has announced the creation of 200 jobs that it hopes will be filled over the course of the next three years.
Based in the Cherrywood area of Dublin, Enterpryze was established to streamline business management processes for start-ups and SMEs.
According to the company, this allows organisations using its software to leverage mobile and browser interfaces to access valuable data, create transactions, interact with their colleagues and track their whereabouts, and stay in touch with company performance.
Now the company has revealed that it plans to hire 200 employees over the course of the next three years, having secured its deal to partner with the German software giant SAP earlier this year.
As part of the agreement, Enterpryze will deploy and support SAP’s Business One software, which has established itself as the most popular business enterprise platform on the market.
According to the Irish Independent, Enterpryze has said that the 200 new roles will be across multiple disciplines including sales, customer service, technical support and development.
This, the company said, would allow it to expand its reach internationally into both new regions and emerging markets.
Enterpryze’s chief executive Morgan Browne believes its partnership with SAP and its availability through its own cloud platform will open up the software to businesses that would not have been able to access it before.
“We have had huge support along the way and none of this would be possible without our own dedicated team and the support and guidance we received from Enterprise Ireland through our R&D stage. Nor would it have been possible without the support and backing of SAP,” Browne said.
“Given it is one of the world’s most trusted business-to-business brands, this is huge validation of what this solution will do for SMEs.”
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