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LogMeIn adds 90 jobs in Dublin

Cloud software company LogMeIn is to add 90 jobs to its workforce in Dublin.

The US-headquartered firm said it would take on the new staff in technical roles, sales, marketing, finance, HR and IT, tripling its workforce over the next three years.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny attended the announcement at LogMeIn's offices at Sir John Rogerson's Quay in the Dublin Docklands.

"Ireland's reputation as a leading location for business and investment in the cloud computing sector is further advanced by this announcement," he said.

"Maintaining Ireland as an attractive location for investment is a priority for this Government as we work to create new jobs and opportunities for our people. I am delighted that today's announcement by LogMeIn is another positive step in Ireland's journey towards securing recovery."

LogMeIn established its Dublin office in 2012.

It provides solutions to simplify how people connect with devices, colleagues and customers and has millions of users in more than 240 countries across the globe.

Michael Simon, LogMeIn's co-founder and chief executive, said: "Dublin provides an excellent base for LogMeIn's presence in this thriving market and has quickly become our international hub for attracting and supporting our rapidly expanding user and customer base."

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