Ammeon announces the creation of 30 high-value jobs in Dublin
Positions for both experienced IT professionals and graduates
Friday, 7th November 2014
Ammeon, a leading Irish IT professional services company, has announced the creation of 30 new high-skilled jobs. The announcement was made today during a visit by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton T.D. to Ammeon’s Dublin city centre offices.
Pictured at the announcement are Joe Cunnigham Chairman, Ammeon; Jennifer Condon, Enterprise Ireland Manager Internationally Traded Services, Software and Public Procurement; Richard Bruton TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation; Fred Jones, Ammeon's CEO.
Ammeon will begin filling the 30 new positions immediately. The company is looking for both experienced IT professionals and graduates to fill a variety of high-value IT roles including software development, test automation and DevOps. Full details are available on www.ammeon.com.
The company which specialises in IT-based transformation projects currently employs 140 people and has been growing rapidly in recent years. Turnover has been increasing by 25% year-on-year since 2009 and revenues for 2014 are expected to reach €10.5m. Clients include a number of mobile and fixed line operators in Ireland and the UK, Irish semi-state organisations, global network equipment providers and BSS/OSS vendors.
Ammeon has been supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland.
Richard Bruton T.D., Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, commented: “At the heart of our Action Plan for Jobs is creating a powerful engine of Irish enterprise. Through Enterprise Ireland, we are supporting great Irish companies – from high-growth technology companies in our cities, to more traditional food and manufacturing companies across the country – to start-up, grow, win markets and create jobs. Ammeon is a highly innovative technology company which is selling its services in Ireland and overseas, growing rapidly and creating high-skilled jobs. I am delighted to welcome this great announcement, and wish Ammeon every success for the future.”
Speaking about the announcement Julie Sinnamon, CEO Enterprise Ireland said: “Enterprise Ireland has been working with Ammeon since its start up in 2003. It is great to see the growth the company has enjoyed in global markets. They have gone from strength to strength and include many world-leading telecommunications companies in their client base. We will continue to work with Ammeon, and other similar fast-growth companies, to support their international growth and drive export sales, optimizing the number of jobs created at home.”
Fred Jones, CEO, Ammeon, commented, “We are delighted to announce the creation of 30 new high-skilled roles. We are looking for both experienced IT professionals and graduates for these challenging and rewarding roles. The new recruits will be joining what is already one of the largest developer, test and DevOps teams in Ireland.”
“Ammeon is the largest indigenous provider of IT-based transformation projects. We enable our customers deliver their software and services in a faster, more cost effective way to their customers. Through Agile methodologies, Continuous Integration and Delivery we help our customers develop and launch products and services faster, ‘accelerating IT delivery’.”
“Focussing on this area has allowed Ammeon to grown strongly in recent years, winning significant new business in Ireland and internationally. Given the strong and growing need for IT transformations across a wider variety of industries, we are confident our strong performance will continue. In 2015 we will be targeting continued international growth, including expansion into at least two new EU markets.”
For further information contact:
Cian Connaughton, MKC Communications – 087 6480809
The Press Office at Enterprise Ireland
Founded in 2003, Ammeon is an Irish-owned international professional IT services company offering consultancy, bespoke open source development and lean-agile transformation solutions to accelerate IT service development and delivery. They currently employ 140 people in high-skilled IT roles in Dublin and include Multinational network equipment providers, mobile service providers and government agencies as their clients.