Four technology companies, who are clients of IDA Ireland, are to create 90 jobs in Dublin.

Over the past number of years, the IDA had changed its strategy to focus not only on large multinational corporations, but also smaller, fast-growing firms.

Adara Global, a big-data digital marketing company, is to create 30 jobs over two years at its new European Middle East and Africa headquarters in Dublin 2.

eMaint, which provides web-based maintenance management software, is to create 25 jobs at its new European headquarters in the Digital Hub.

Primeur, a provider of file transfer products for businesses, will have 20 jobs at its international office in Ballsbridge.

Serbian games developer Nordeus is to create 15 jobs at its customer relations, business and marketing operations centre in Dublin city centre.

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton and IDA Chief Executive Barry O'Leary have both welcomed the news.