Computer firm to create 50 jobs in Dublin
More than 50 jobs are expected to be created by a computer services company in Dublin.
LogMeIn, which provides cloud computing and mobile services, said the new staff will be recruited within the next year.
Positions will include sales, customer support, marketing, finance and human resources.
The company said it is actively recruiting for the roles, with more than 20 employees to start in its new office within the next three months.
Jobs Minister Richard Bruton said the investment fitted in with Government plans to boost employment in the area of cloud computing.
"Today's announcement that LogMeIn, a leading company in this sector, is locating an important facility in Dublin with the planned creation of 50 jobs is a further indication of the strong growth of this sector in Ireland," he said.
Michael Simon, chief executive of LogMeIn, said the Dublin office was key to the company's continued European expansion.
"We see this new office becoming an increasingly important international hub for attracting and supporting our rapidly expanding user and customer base," he added.
"It's great to be in Ireland, and we look forward to welcoming lots of energetic, smart, technology savvy and driven employees from Dublin to the LogMeIn family."