Software firm Simply Dynamics to create 15 new jobs in Dublin and Cork
Gerard Foskin, CEO, Simply Dynamics

Software firm Simply Dynamics to create 15 new jobs in Dublin and Cork

7 Jun 2012

ERP software provider Simply Dynamics is to create 15 new jobs in Dublin and Cork as part of a €1m company expansion plan that will bring total employment to 25 people within two years.

The investment comes from multiple sources, including Enterprise Ireland, shareholders, and retained earnings. The expansion will include the opening of a new office in Cork, and initially five of the 15 new positions will be based there.

All of the new hires will be recruited over the next 24 months and the new positions will include senior developers, senior consultants, sales managers and customer executives.

Simply Dynamics works in consultation with its customers to plan and implement successful ERP projects. It delivers tailored Microsoft Dynamics NAV ERP solutions that provide customers with greater visibility and control over their financial and operational functions, helping to increase efficiency across the organisation.

Since its establishment in 2007, Simply Dynamics has had continued strong growth of 30pc year on year. It is expected to achieve 40pc revenue growth in 2012, with the first quarter starting particularly strongly.

“With this investment and our new hires we are looking to grow our business and strengthen our offering for both our Irish and international customers," Simply Dynamics CEO Gerard Foskin explained.

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