Over 100 technology jobs created by Irish firm

Business, Employment, Technology | Wed 16 Dec | Author – Business & Finance Asavie team
Pictured (L-R): Asavie staff members Clara Delany, Borja Guardiola, Ralph Shaw (CEO) and Zoe Lengjak

Tech company Asavie today announced the creation of 106 new jobs at its Dublin office.

Over the next two and a half years, the company will be hiring across a variety of roles in engineering, sales, product management, marketing and support. 

Asavie is a provider of enterprise mobility management connectivity solutions and the company’s success has been built on leveraging the high growth sectors of the internet of things (IoT) mobility.

The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Dublin, with offices in the UK, Germany, Spain and the US, employing 80 people.

The company was recently awarded the Outstanding International Growth Award from the Irish Software Association.

Speaking at the announcement, Ralph Shaw, CEO, Asavie, said: “The Asavie team are very proud of this expansion to our operations. We have experienced phenomenal growth over the past few years. This latest evolution of the company builds on the success of Asavie’s world-class technology; our talented team, the strength of our global partnerships and the huge demand from companies to secure and control the costs of their mobility and innovative IoT projects as they scale. We have created a fantastically rewarding work environment and are looking to hire people who want to shape the next generation of the internet.”  

Julie Sinnamon, CEO, Enterprise Ireland, commented: “Supporting high growth companies as they start and scale is a critical role for Enterprise Ireland and I am delighted that Asavie are announcing these new jobs today. Enterprise Ireland looks forward to continuing to work with Asavie as they implement their plans, creating and sustaining jobs in Ireland.”