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Martin Shanahan, IDA chief executive

Martin Shanahan, IDA chief executive

Martin Shanahan, IDA chief executive

A French software provider is creating 90 new jobs to be filled over the next two years.

Sidetrade offers companies the opportunity to digitise the management of their financial relationships with customers.

Jobs minister Richard Bruton opened the firms new office in Dublin, where the skilled workforce will be based.

“Dublin is a fantastic hub for technology and innovation, which are Sidetrade’s main pillars,” said chief executive Olivier Novasque.

“Dublin and Ireland hosts a wealth of candidates especially within the multilingual sectors, who are well educated and motivated to succeed in their careers.”

The investment was supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, through IDA Ireland which is targeting firms through its offices in London, Paris and Frankfurt

“ As a French company based in Paris and Listed on NYSE, Sidetrade is a particularly welcome addition to the increasing number of fast growth companies basing their business services operations in Ireland,” IDA boss Martin Shanahan added.

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