Two Dublin-based companies - Clavis Insight and Fujitsu Ireland - have announced the creation of 150 and 35 new jobs respectively.

Dublin-based e-commerce company Clavis Insight is to announce plans to create 150 new jobs over the next two years following a $20m investment.

The company provides analytics tools for companies selling online which helps clients to track and analyse their online sales, as well as compare their performance to competitors.

Clavis includes Tesco, Unilever and Nestlé amongst its list of customers.

The company will announce a $20m equity investment from Californian venture capitalist firm Accel-KKR, which Clavis said would be used to fund the further expansion of its global business.

Clavis said it planned to create 100 new jobs in Ireland to support this, with around 50 further roles being established across its offices in Boston, Shanghai and London.

Meanwhile, Fujitsu Ireland is looking to recruit 35 new employees over the next six months at its offices in Swords, Co Dublin.

The IT solutions provider already filled 30 roles earlier this year in Ireland and has an Irish workforce of around 350.

The new jobs cover a variety of technical and business roles including project management, Java specialists, and bid management.

Strategic Projects Director at Fujitsu Ireland Ronan Coy said the company is "looking to recruit people who are customer focused and solution driven, and motivated to work in a dynamic and challenging environment".

Fujitsu is the third largest IT solutions provider globally and among the top five in Ireland.

Its existing customer base here includes the Revenue Commissioners, the Department of Transport and Bord Gáis Networks.