50 new jobs for Cork as Asystec opens new Ballincollig facility
18 September 2015
Asystec, Irish-based data management solution provider, is to create 50 highly skilled jobs over the next three years. The announcement was made at the official opening of the new Asystec Cork offices in Ballincollig, Co Cork.
Designing IT solutions to assist companies to manage, secure and leverage their key data assets, Asystec employs people in Ireland and the UK. The roles will be created in the fields of analytics, data centre and IT security and governance.
Privately owned and funded, Asystec was founded by Les Byrne and Brendan McPhillips in 2011 and boasts an impressive line-up of global brands and multinationals as clients.
“We have some of the best IT architects in Ireland and the UK. We have always hired highly skilled people who have the flexibility to grow as the company does. This means that we can offer the highest level of service in every area of our business,” said Les Byrne, founder and managing director of Asystec.
“To meet the growing demand for our services, we have had to scale up teams in our offices across Ireland and the UK, the announcement of the 50 new highly skilled jobs today is a reflection of our absolute focus, international customer wins and increasing market demand,” he added.
The new state-of-the-art facility in Cork will provide customers and technology partners in the region with off-site work space to enable strategic planning and innovation around data management strategies. It also provides a hot desk facility for customers and vendors visiting the Cork region.
“The investment in our Cork facility is further evidence of Asystec’s commitment to providing first class service and support to the markets and customers whom we serve,” said Sophia Byrne, senior account manager, Asystec.http://www.engineersjournal.ie/2015/09/18/50-new-jobs-for-cork-as-asystec-opens-new-ballincollig-facility/http://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Asystec-1.jpghttp://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Asystec-1-300x300.jpgNewsCork,data,jobs