Blueface open new offices with 20 new jobs created

Business, Employment, Finance | Thu 3 Dec | Author – Business & Finance
blueface opens new office

Blueface’s new offices in the IFSC which will accommodate 20 new staff over the next two years, bringing the number of staff in the cloud telephony company’s Dublin headquarters to 60.

Founded in 2004, Blueface is an IP telephony service provider with operations in Ireland, the UK and Italy.

The new roles will be created across the engineering, software development, R&D, marketing, sales, customer care and finance sectors of the company.

Lord Iveagh, a member of the Guinness brewing family and an investor in Blueface, commented: “It is wonderful to see Blueface growing rapidly and sustainably. Blueface represents one of Ireland’s great entrepreneurial success stories and I’m delighted to see that the team and the business are making a big impact on the hosted unified communications landscape in Ireland and across Europe.”

Alan Foy, CEO, Blueface, added: “Blueface is driven by innovation and creativity and we are firmly committed to maintaining our IFSC hub as the epicentre of our European expansion. We have expanded our office in the IFSC to include a new Network Operations Centre, customer experience area and R&D lab. Our team is hugely talented and we look forward to welcoming more team members over the next 24 months to be an integral part of the Blueface journey.”