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Nick Connors, MD of TEKenable

Nick Connors, MD of TEKenable

Nick Connors, MD of TEKenable

Irish technology company TEKenable is to create 60 jobs over the next two years, bringing its total workforce to 110.

The move comes as the Dublin-based firm plans to double its operations and invest more than €1m into the business.

The new jobs are in the areas of solution design, software development, business and cultural change consultants, sales and marketing, and support.

TEKenable said that due to a "close alignment" with Microsoft, demand from customers, and expansion in the UK and Pakistan, it was experiencing "rapid growth".

Nick Connors, managing director of TEKenable, said: "We give customers the ability to run cross-departmental business processes that are not constrained by existing legacy systems, so they can reduce costs, gain efficiencies and innovate faster. Within two years, we expect to more than double our workforce to 110 people."

The company, which was founded in 2002, uses artificial intelligence and business process automation solutions to help firms achieve cost minimisation, greater efficiency and streamlined processes.

It also has a Microsoft Dynamics 365 platform that can help firms to achieve greater operational efficiency in sales, marketing, finance and customer relationship management.

As well as its Irish base, TEKenable has operations in the UK and the United Arab Emirates.

The company has expertise across healthcare, financial services and the public sector.

Last year, TEKenable created 25 jobs to cater for new contract wins and "major" Brexit projects.

The company currently employs 50 people.

During 2019, TEKenable was included in the Deloitte Fast 50 technology ranking.

Clients of the business include Lakeland Dairies, Bank of Ireland, AIB, Zurich Insurance and Eason bookshops.

Irish Independent