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Noonan hails IT company as it brings 40 new jobs to Limerick

Noonan hails IT company as it brings 40 new jobs to Limerick

Noonan hails IT company as it brings 40 new jobs to Limerick
October 20
10:56 2016

Irish IT services and software company Redfaire has announced the creation of forty new jobs to in Limerick.

Local TD and Minister for Finance Michael Noonan welcomed the news, calling Redfaire “a great example of how Irish companies are connecting to the wider world and growing the tech sector in Ireland.”

The company helps clients to leverage the power of Oracle technology to implement and optimise enterprise resource planning systems across the EMEA region.

The new jobs announced include roles in IT support, sales, software product development and cloud IT consultants. Redfaire already employs 43 people in Ireland, and has offices in the UK and France. The company experienced substantial recent growth upon winning a contract to provide its services to Circle K, an international convenience store brand that includes Topaz in Ireland.

Brian McInerney, CEO of Redfaire, says: “We are incredibly proud to be building a world-class IT company in Limerick. The founders of Redfaire are all from Limerick. When we graduated, we went abroad, now we are able to bring that international experience back to our hometown.”

Limerick Mayor Cllr Kieran O’Hanlon commented: “The Redfaire story shows all that is best in Limerick, it was founded by LIT alumni and Redfaire has partnered closely with all the local stakeholders including LIT, UL, the City and County Council and other local businesses to ensure that the right skills are available in Limerick for the roles that are being created.”

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