TEKenable’s expansion brings new headquarters, new director and 10 new jobs
Newly appointed operations director Noel Walsh, managing director Nick Connors, and technical director Peter Rose from TEKenable

TEKenable’s expansion brings new headquarters, new director and 10 new jobs

22 Aug 2013

Having seen significant growth in the past year, international software development company TEKenable has relocated to a new office in Dublin, made a new appointment to its board of directors and now plans to create 10 new jobs in the coming months.

The company has not moved far from its original Dublin 2 base, but the new location offers substantially more space. Space which TEKenable now plans to fill with 10 new staff members.

All of the new jobs will be based at the corporate headquarters and will include roles in software development, testing and project management. The company expects recruitment to be completed within the next six months and this will bring its staff count in Ireland to 30.

Noel Walsh now operations director

Over the past year, the firm has developed businesses in Qatar and Kuwait and has also won significant projects in Ireland. The new developments come on the back of this growth, as well as the appointment of Noel Walsh as operations director.

Walsh has 14 years of experience in IT delivery and, with TEKenable, he has been involved in delivering projects for customers in the financial, retail, public and private sectors in Ireland and abroad. This will help him in his new role, where he will be responsible for the management of all projects.

“Noel’s appointment, along with the new jobs and our new corporate offices, marks a new chapter in the growth and maturity of the company as we grow our business across EMEA,” said TEKenable managing director Nick Connors. “Noel’s skills are recognised by everyone in the market as world-class and we are very confident he will play a key role in our growth over the coming years.”

Elaine Burke
By Elaine Burke

Elaine Burke is managing editor of Siliconrepublic.com. She joined in 2011 as a journalist covering gadgets, new media and tech jobs news. She comes from a background in publishing and is known for being particularly persnickety when it comes to spelling and grammar – earning her the nickname, Critical Red Pen. When she hasn’t got her nose stuck in her laptop, you’ll find her in the kitchen, at the cinema, or on the dancefloor.

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