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Fexco and TEKenable to create 75 new jobs as companies unveil new partnership

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TEKenable managing director Nick Connors with Martin Ryan, Fexco managing director of managed and advisory services

TEKenable managing director Nick Connors with Martin Ryan, Fexco managing director of managed and advisory services

TEKenable managing director Nick Connors with Martin Ryan, Fexco managing director of managed and advisory services

Kerry-based financial services group Fexco is set to partner with digital services company TEKenable in a move that will create 75 new jobs by 2025.

The partnership will see the Irish companies co-invest in Microsoft Dynamics 365 products as well as Salesforce cloud solutions and services in order to boost the experience of their customers across both the UK and Irish markets.

The newly created roles will include positions in digital customer experience, predictive customer behaviour analysis, as well as automation and operational efficiency services.

The  jobs will be split between the two companies, with 50 being created in Fexco and the remaining 25 in TEKenable.

The positions will be split between Dublin and Kerry and will be offered as full time, hybrid or remote depending on the applicant.

“This partnership will help us build on our collective strengths, and deliver the perfect blend of premium operational expertise, support, and resources to maximise the potential of Microsoft Dynamics 365 in improving our customers’ digital end-to-end experience,” said Fexco managed and advisory services managing director, Martin Ryan.

Fexco currently employs over 2,000 people and provides managed business services and advisory services to clients.

TEKenable, which was founded in 2002, delivers digital transformation solutions to medium and large-scale enterprises in Ireland, UK and the EMEA region.

TEKenable managing director Nick Connors said the partnership will “fundamentally change the end-to-end experience of both our customers and their customers”.

“We predict that we will see growth from a combination of existing and new clients over the coming three years,” Mr Connors added.

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