Kaseya creates 10 tech jobs in Dublin with plans for 30 more
Kasey's new office at Custom House Plaza in Dublin 1 will initially house 40 people but has room to expand up to 70 people

Kaseya creates 10 tech jobs in Dublin with plans for 30 more

13 Jul 201664 Shares

Enterprise software player Kaseya has created 10 new tech jobs in Dublin as part of its move to new EMEA headquarters and has plans to create 30 additional jobs in the coming year.

Kaseya, which provides IT management software for managed services providers and SMBs, already employs 30 people and is actively recruiting for 10 new people.

The bigger office at Custom House Plaza in Dublin 1 will initially house 40 people but has room to expand to up to 70 people.

“We’re committed to our customers and want to be wherever they are,” said Miguel Lopez, general manager of Kaseya.

“We’re excited to continue our European expansion to meet the growing demand for complete IT solutions across Europe. These larger headquarters in Dublin offer us the chance to grow our European business while also serving our current customers.”

Global business hub

As well as being a hub for financial and human resources functions, Kaseya’s Dublin office will now serve as a sales hub and will also house roles in customer support and marketing.

“This expansion allows us to more efficiently grow our workforce and to better support our customers,” said Ann Curley, vice-president of global human resources for Kaseya.

“Being based in Dublin, we have access to a highly-educated, multilingual and English-speaking workforce that will help us realise our plans for growth in the coming year.”

Dublin IFSC district image via Shutterstock

John Kennedy
By John Kennedy

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