Dublin tech firm, Triangle is creating 10 jobs in its managed service, cyber recovery, and mobility businesses. The new positions include service architects, service managers, Level 2 and 3 technical support personnel, and business development executives.
Triangle, a Dublin-based ICT services provider, recently filled 10 new positions and plans to hire more than 10 new staff by this September.
Triangle was established in 1999 and is based in Dublin where they serve their customers in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland as well as international customers. The company employs more than 120 employees who hold qualifications and certifications across a broad range of technologies.
“It has been another year of rapid growth,” said Miriam Byrne, operations director at Triangle. “We are seeing continued demand for specialised managed services in critical areas within enterprise environments across all sectors we operate in as well as significant growth in enterprise mobility. The way people work has changed significantly. Mobility has been the central theme of this change, with businesses across the globe embracing remote and flexible work styles at an unprecedented speed and scale. This brings the benefit of expertise and innovation while facilitating agility and ownership within our customers’ businesses.”
The tech services company revealed in 2021 that it had plans to expand its team further.
Later in the year, Triangle said it was preparing for its next phase of growth after undergoing a management buyout. By this stage, the company’s annual turnover had reached more than €26m.
“The growth of the company is a great achievement for us and is a testament to the hard work of the team at Triangle,” Byrne said. “We drive innovation that helps our clients meet the demands of a rapidly evolving digital world.”