New jobs in Dublin and Galway following €110m SAP investment
Software giant SAP is investing €110m (£90m) to create 250 new jobs at its Dublin and Galway facilities.
This will include 150 services, sales and support jobs in Dublin, and 100 cloud services and support roles in Galway. The firm current employs 1,200 people at the two sites.
Liam Ryan, managing director at SAP Ireland, says: “Today’s announcement is all about gearing SAP up for the company’s next wave of technology innovation to meet business needs in the areas of cloud computing, mobile applications and high performing database technology.
“Ireland has provided SAP with a highly-skilled and innovative workforce and I would like to express my gratitude to all our staff and management here along with the Irish government and [investment agency] IDA Ireland for the significant role they all play in making SAP Ireland a success.”
Applicants are direct to the company’s careers website