Project management and technology transformation company The Project Foundry has announced plans to create 20 new jobs this year.
The company, which simplifies technology initiatives across the pharmaceutical, telco, manufacturing, and financial services sectors, also plans to create a further 100 over the next three years.
Headed up by Declan Ryan and headquartered in Dublin, The Project Foundry intends to open remote offices in the UK and US, forecasting growth to reach over €20m in the coming years.
The new jobs announced today are across the Project Management, Cloud and Transformation practices which The Project Foundry provides for local and global companies.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the company saw demand for its services increase and its clients now include Virgin Media, Pepper, ICON, MetLife and AerCap.
The company's chief executive and founder Declan Ryan said today's expansion plan will enable the company to continue to build on the reputation it has developed as a trusted partner to senior technology leaders.
"Further investment and new roles will further strengthen our team's capabilities as we build world class technology transformation capability here in Dublin. This is just the start the for us," he added.