Datalex Chief Executive Officer, Aidan Brogan, said: “This is an exciting time of growth for our bus
Jamie Hardesty

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Irish software firm Datalex to create 200 new jobs as part of global expansion

Datalex plc, a provider of digital commerce and retail solutions to the travel industry, has revealed it will create 200 jobs over the next eighteen months.

The recruitment drive includes 100 new roles at its newly renovated offices in East Point Business Park, Dublin, with the remaining positions to be created across global office locations including Beijing, Atlanta and Manchester.

Datalex Chief Executive Officer, Aidan Brogan, said: “This is an exciting time of growth for our business.

“In response to the significant global demand for our digital commerce platform, we are looking for the very best talent to deliver the next evolution of digital travel commerce.

“We are actively recruiting globally and throughout Ireland for highly skilled senior software developers, architects, analysts, project managers and many other roles.”

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, welcomed the news. Speaking at the announcement the Minister said: “Today’s Datalex announcement that it is expanding and creating 100 jobs in Ireland and a further 100 jobs in its global offices is very welcome.

“I am particularly pleased that this expansion will provide 100 high quality skilled jobs for the Irish economy. Datalex is a tremendous Irish success story with many of the world’s major airlines using the software platform.”

CEO of Enterprise Ireland, Julie Sinnamon, also welcomed the announcement: “Congratulations are due to Datalex on their great success to date. Enterprise Ireland has worked closely with Datalex to support its continued growth in international markets. Datalex is a role model for ambitious, highly innovative Irish companies to follow.”

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