75 new jobs to be created in Dublin

More than 70 new jobs are to be created in Dublin after two Indian companies announced that they would be establishing international headquarters in the capital.

Forty of those roles are to be brought into being by Aditi Technologies, a ‘cloud first’ technology services company whose headquarters are in Bangalore, India.

Aditi has worked with more than 150 companies, helping them run and transform their business with cloud platforms such as Windows Azure, SalesForce.com, and Amazon Web Services. The Dublin headquarters will focus on aiding the complex cross-platform deployments to cloud. There will also be a gradual recruitment drive for consultants and engineering staff, as the business grows its services in Europe.

Speaking about the announcement, Kaushik Banerjee, VP of Aditi Technologies Europe said: ‘Ireland offers an encouraging investment climate with investor and business friendly policies so it became an obvious choice for us when looking at our expansion in Europe. There is also a wealth of local technology talent which we are looking forward making part of Aditi.’

The announcement was made as part of a trade and investment mission to Bangalore, India, with Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton also announcing another new business win for the IDA.

There was more good new when Synowledge, an Indian company specialising in the provision of drug safety and regulatory affairs services for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device sectors, also announced that it would be establishing an international headquarters in Dublin, creating of 35 new jobs.

Based out of Stamford, CT, USA, Synowledge has operation facilities located in Ohio, the UK, Germany and Bangalore. The Irish operation will carry out sales and marketing for the entire Synowledge product portfolio and will provide near-shore delivery of the company’s pharmacovigilance, regulatory and IT services to Europe.

President and CEO of Synowledge, Sankesh Abbhi said that Ireland was a ‘logical choice’ for its international base to seamlessly connect with its US HQ and delivery centers in Europe, India and Japan.

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