Software Company IIS Group Announces 50 New Jobs
Dublin-based software provider firm IIS Group are creating 50 new jobs.
Approximately 30 new jobs will be based in Ireland, while the other 20 will be based in other offices across the UK, the Netherlands and Poland.
This new announcement means that IIS Group, have created a total of 80 new jobs this year.
The positions IIS Group are recruiting for are; IT Co-coordinator, SDK Support Developer, and Junior ASP.NET/C# Software Support Developer.
The IIS Group provide business management software, services and support to small and medium-sized enterprises. The company specialises in supporting and developing SAP Business One – the market-leading ERP solution that has more than 42,000 customers worldwide.
The company combines industry expertise and award-winning customer service with flexible SAP Business One solutions that deliver long-term value to businesses across Europe. IIS is an SAP Gold Partner and one of Europe’s leading SAP Business One VARs, with more than 400 successful implementations to date.
Morgan Browne, IIS Group Chief Executive, said the new positions come during a time when the company is experiencing a sustained period of growth and demand for its innovative products.
Browne said: “At the end of last year, the IIS Group announced plans to create 30 new positions to supplement our European and global activities. All these positions are now filled and based on our 40% growth so far this year, IIS now requires a further 50 people to satisfy demand.
“This has been driven by the economic upturn both in Ireland and on the continent. We’ve seen that companies are now confident in investing in IIS solutions based on SAP technology and the long-term benefits this can deliver to a growing, ambitious enterprise.”
“In addition, the high demand for our new Surfer product and other B1 Apps has resulted in further expansion of our European presence. As Europe’s leading SAP Business One partner and a global leader for SAP HANA we look to building on this new raft of jobs moving into 2016.”
“Nearly two-thirds of our revenues now come from the UK and Europe, which is testament to the solutions we develop in tandem with the SAP platform. These solutions enable companies to implement business software faster and at a more cost-effective price point.”