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100 jobs created by billing company

A billing communications company is to create 100 jobs.

Brite:Bill is planning the recruitment drive for its Dublin headquarters and US offices over the next two years after securing major multi million dollar contracts in North America.

The company said it was seeking talent across all areas of the business with an immediate requirement for software developers, system architects and project managers.

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton said: " At the heart of our jobs plan is developing a powerful engine of Irish enterprise, and Brite:Bill is a great example of the type of company we are trying to support through our growing programme of overseas activities.

"Today's announcement that it is creating extra jobs off the back of impressive contract wins in overseas markets is a huge boost, and is testament to the leadership and entrepreneurial endeavour of its management team."

Brite:Bill has been supported in its growth and development by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland.

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