Recruitment drive reflects growing demand for digital transformation services.
Microsoft digital enterprise consultancy Storm Technology is to create 60 new jobs at its Dublin and Galway operations.
The move comes as more organisations want to optimise their investment in digital technologies to save money, increase efficiency and drive growth.
‘We have been successfully achieving double-digit growth over the past five years and our plans are to double that over the next three years’
– KARL FLANNERY
The new positions, supported by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland, are across many areas of the business and include opportunities for senior managers, digital business consultants, change management experts and software professionals.
“It is a testament to the vision and hard work of everyone in Storm Technology that this indigenous Irish company has grown to be one of Ireland’s most respected business technology consultancies, working with well-known and respected local and global brands in Ireland and internationally,” said An Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Frances Fitzgerald, TD.
“I look forward to continued engagement with Storm Technology and wish them well as they scale their business in international markets.”
Storm unleashes digital strategies
Storm Technology is a key player in Microsoft’s digital transformation agenda, and a longstanding Microsoft Gold Partner. The company has deep expertise in the wide spectrum of Microsoft platforms including Office 365, Dynamics 365, Azure, SharePoint, SQL, data and analytics solutions.
The company drives the digital agenda for household names such as AIB, CIÉ, Topaz, Kerry Group and Volkswagen.
Storm was recently recognised by the industry for the quality and impact of its work, winning the Irish Software Association’s Digital Technology Services Project of the Year award and the Tech Excellence IT Project of the Year award.
“We have been successfully achieving double-digit growth over the past five years and our plans are to double that over the next three years,” said CEO Karl Flannery.
“Building out our team and attracting great talent is essential to our continued success. We believe that people are what make a business great and we are committed to investing in our staff by providing real opportunities for employees to develop their skills and careers.”
Enterprise Ireland manager in charge of digital technology John McNamara said the company has the drive and ambition to scale internationally.
“Storm Technology is a great example of an Irish company with global ambition,” he said.
“We have been working with the company since 1995 and we are delighted to support the company with the creation of 60 new jobs, helping them to further grow and expand their reach, strengthening their customer base internationally.”