Citrix creates 150 staff in Dublin

US multinational software company Citrix is taking on 150 staff at its Dublin office in East Point Business Park as it centralises sales activities to support its move to a cloud model.

According to Irish broadcaster RTÉ, Citrix said it was looking for a mixture of graduates, experienced technical support engineers and sales staff.

The investment is being backed by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland. As part of the expansion, the company is also establishing a sales academy in Dublin to develop junior sales talent.

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