Belfast Telegraph

IT consultancy to create 65 jobs

An IT consultancy firm is to expand its Irish operations and create 65 jobs over the next three years.

Sogeti, a subsidiary of global company Capgemini which has been in Ireland since 1979, will offer new roles for high-skilled IT experts and graduates at its Dublin and Galway offices.

Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Minister Richard Bruton said IT globally is expected to grow by 5% a year.

"Today's announcement that Sogeti, a world-leading IT and outsourcing company, is further investing in growing its workforce in Dublin with the creation of 65 jobs, is an indication of what is possible," he said.

"I am determined to implement the Action Plan for Jobs and ensure that this can be replicated across the country in the coming years."

The expansion will take Sogeti's Irish workforce to more than 150 people.


From Belfast Telegraph