Two tech firms plan Dublin and Cork expansions


A technology company has said it will create 60 jobs at its Dublin office over the next 12 months.

Cubic Telecom said that following a deal with German car manufacturer Audi, it will be expanding its workforce from 80 to 140.

Recruitment has already begun for roles across software development, network engineering and commercial departments.

The company expects to have all 60 roles filled by December 2017.

Meanwhile, has announced the creation of 50 new jobs at its Cork headquarters.

This will bring the total number of employees at the firm’s operations in Cork to 120 by the end of 2017. develops business management applications and its clients include PayPal, eBay, Disney, Forbes and Spotify.

The company said that there are over 268,000 companies using products across the globe with almost 2.8 million users.

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