Irish medical technology company 3D4Medical has announced that it will create 70 new highly skilled jobs over the next 18 months
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Irish medical technology company, 3D4Medical, the world’s leading medical applications developer, has announced that the company will create 70 new highly skilled jobs over the next 18 months. The announcement was made as Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation Richard Bruton officially opened the company’s new global headquarters in Blackrock, Co Dublin.

3D4Medical is an indigenous Irish technology company that specialises in the development of medical applications for professional reference as well as student and patient education. The company will create positions in the highly skilled technical, design and medical sectors including: software developers, 3D graphic artists and medical writers and experts, to build on the success of its world-renowned applications.

The opening of the new global headquarters in Dublin will allow 3D4Medical to more than treble the company’s workforce in Ireland and reflects the company’s strong growth in the global medical technology market and its commitment to continuing to grow its headquarters and maintain its R&D base in Ireland.

3D4Medical CEO and founder, John Moore, said: “As an Irish company we are delighted to be in a position to further build our research and development and technical teams from Dublin. We are committed to developing world leading products and this focus on innovation has already brought us phenomenal success across the globe with our apps being downloaded over 12 million times.

Focus on R&D and infrastructure to support cloud-based solutions globally


“The recent investment by Malin Corporation plc and the continued support of Enterprise Ireland, will enable 3D4Medical to recruit 70 new people as we continue our focus on R&D and the infrastructure to support our new cloud-based technology solutions globally.”

Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon said: “Enterprise Ireland has been working with 3D4 Medical since 2005. During that period we have supported the company’s R&D investment, management development and international growth into the US, Europe and Russia. Supporting companies to scale is a key focus of Enterprise Ireland and we look forward to continuing to work with 3D4 medical as they scale in the high-growth digital health market.”

3D4Medical’s success has been based on the development of medical applications for the iPhone, iPad and desktop which have now become must have accessories for the medical profession. 3D4Medical has rapidly emerged as a global leader in the digital health/eHealth arena and is now transitioning from a global medical applications developer to a global medical learning and clinical solutions provider. 3D4Medical was also recently featured as part of the global launch of Apple’s new iPad Pro in San Francisco, which demonstrated their new platform Complete Anatomy.

In addition to its new global headquarters in Dublin, 3D4Medical has also recently opened offices in Poland, Russia and San Diego.

 

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Irish medical technology company, 3D4Medical, the world’s leading medical applications developer, has announced that the company will create 70 new highly skilled jobs over the next 18 months. The announcement was made as Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation Richard Bruton officially opened the company’s new global headquarters in Blackrock,...