On 9 July 2018, the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, announced the good news. Neueda Technologies will use the Athlone hub to “undertake software development services for global telecommunications and financial services clients.” The base will be used to analyse technical requirements, build solutions and test software for clients.
So far, Neueda Technologies has employed a staff of 70 for the new offices. A further 10 will be hired before the end of the year. More information on the new jobs can be viewed here (Python roles can be viewed here).
Speaking at the launch, Heather Humphreys TD said the following. “I am delighted to be here today to welcome this exciting news, which will bring 200 quality new jobs over the next 4 years. This large expansion of Neueda’s operation here in Athlone is a welcome boost for the Midlands. It is also a great vote of confidence in what the region has to offer and a testament to the talent and skill set of the existing staff.”
David Bole, founder of Neueda Technologies is delighted with the support from the IDA. “The support we have received from the IDA team has been exceptional. Their advice and guidance has helped us to accelerate through our initial hiring targets. The level of professionalism and responsiveness has been fantastic.”
Neueda Technologies – 200 jobs over 4 years
IDA Ireland Executive Director Mary Buckley said, “I am delighted that Neueda Technologies has chosen Athlone. This is a young company which has made a strong start in the business and technical training space, having already developed a strong international client base. The fact that 70 members of staff have already been hired clearly demonstrates the availability of talent with the appropriate skills. IDA Ireland is heavily focused on attracting investment into regional locations and 200 jobs being created by Neueda Technologies over the next four years is a tremendous boost for Athlone and the wider Midlands Region. I wish David, Paul and the team every success here.”
Paul Madden, Managing Director, Neueda Technologies Ireland said the following. “Athlone quickly became the obvious choice for location. With the large and growing number of software engineers working in Athlone, there is a real buzz about the town as a place to set up a business. The local business community has been very supportive.”
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