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Louise Kelly

November 30 2017 6:34 AM

Irish tech firm Strencom is set to create an additional 20 jobs at its offices in Dublin and Cork.

The managed connectivity and cloud computing provider will also be investing €6m in efforts to further the growth of the firm.
Strencom is looking to acquire up to three companies within the next three years as it targets a wider range of industry sectors.
It expects the new hires and investment to help grow its services across the Ireland and the UK, with plans to expand its enterprise customer numbers to over 300 by 2020.
"As 25pc of our business is from outside of Ireland, primarily the UK, we are looking at this market, as well as in Ireland, for acquisition opportunities. We have identified a number of businesses that are ready for consolidation and would be a good fit for Strencom, as their values and culture reflect our own," CEO Tim Murphy said.
Strencom has already begun the recruitment drive for the new roles and expects to add 20 extra employees to its existing 28-strong workforce in Ireland by the end of 2018.
The positions are in the areas of business development, technical sales, network engineering, technical solutions architecture, cloud engineering and architecture and product management in both Dublin and Cork.
"The roles we’re recruiting for are highly skilled and we are looking for very talented people. Our consistent annual growth has enabled us to invest in the business and look at new opportunities, both in Ireland and in the UK," said Mr Murphy.