Web dev firm BestSoft to create 10 new jobs in Dublin
BestSoft director Anca Stroescu, who stressed major opportunities exist in cloud-enabling existing business applications

Web dev firm BestSoft to create 10 new jobs in Dublin

5 Nov 2012

Web and software development company BestSoft is to create 10 new jobs in Dublin in the coming year, growing its total headcount to 32 people, the company revealed today.

The company is looking to fill new high-value professional jobs focusing mainly on the different aspects of customer management roles.

Established in 2004, BestSoft has grown by delivering solutions and services using latest technologies and methodologies mainly working in the UK, Ireland and the US markets.

The company focuses on various industry sectors, including government, financial, commercial and tier 1 telcos.

Looking beyond the social media hype curve

“We continue to expand and we are creating positions for a range of IT professionals who will join the existing client project teams,” BestSoft director James O’Donnell explained.

“We have an extremely strong technical delivery team who have been successfully delivering solutions over a wide range of technologies.

“We are now focusing our expansion plans on the higher-end services, such as business analysis, project management and customer management. This will allow us to provide an even greater range of services ensuring the ‘right’ solutions and competitive advantage for our customers,” O’Donnell added.

BestSoft director Anca Stroescu said that alongside the enormous hype and expansion in social media solution delivery, here there is also a major opportunity in web and cloud-enabling business applications.

“This is where we believe our depth of technical knowledge, integration experience, business knowledge and end-user understanding brings most benefit to our customers,” Stroescu said.

John Kennedy
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