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Kefron to Hire for 40 New Positions in London and Dublin

Kefron to Hire for 40 New Positions in London and Dublin
2 March 2022
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The Dublin-based IT company is expanding following its partnership with Exclusive Networks. Exclusive Networks is a cybersecurity company that provides e-invoicing and accounts payable technology.

Kefron is hiring for roles in London and Dublin, however, the vast majority of positions will be Ireland-based. Kefron specialise in document and information management and plan to hire in the fields of customer support and experience as well as an emerging technology.

The jobs announcement comes as a result of their partnership with Exclusive Networks. This partnership will see the company enter 25 new markets across the globe. In addition, they will be investing €1 million into their growth strategy.

Kefron currently employs 120 people across Ireland and the UK and is a family-owned business. Exclusive Networks will be utilising their software to reduce manual data entry associated with processing supplier and vendor invoices.

Kefron will be providing a cloud-based accounts payable platform to Exclusive Networks’ global finance teams. The platform has been created by their in-house development team and utilises the most recent advancements in machine learning technology. It was created by a team of data engineering specialists.

Responding to the announcement, Kefron’s Managing Director, Paul Kearns said the new positions will only further improve their company’s capabilities and assist in helping them meet the needs of customers across the globe.

He said: “We are very proud to partner with Exclusive Networks and look forward to working with them as they look to a future of enhanced transformation.”

Group Director of Finance and Transformation at Exclusive Networks, Stephanie Riera responded that the company decided to partner with Kefron because they were one of few suppliers that could help with the company’s key requirements in e-invoicing and accounts payable automation.

She said: “E-invoicing is fast becoming a mandatory requirement in European countries. This means that by law, clients will need to submit documents in specific formats approved by the government to do business in that country.”

The e-invoicing market is continuing to grow immensely across the globe as a result of changing government policies and digitalisation. Kefron feels this partnership will assist Exclusive Networks in growing their business worldwide.

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