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SME platform Enterpryze to add 200 new jobs over next three years


Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor. Photo: Tom Burke

Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor. Photo: Tom Burke

Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor. Photo: Tom Burke

Web-based SME platform Enterpryze is to add 200 new jobs in Dublin as it looks to facilitate its export-led growth over the next three years.

The company partnered with tech giant SAP earlier this year to deploy and support Business One, the world's most-popular Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) program.

Enterpryze will begin recruiting for the roles immediately, which will be based at its Cherrywood headquarters.

The new roles will be in the areas of sales, customer service, technical support and development as the company expands into new regions, including emerging markets.

Enterpryze is designed to significantly streamline business management processes for any type of organisation, from micro-companies to medium scale operations.

The firm's chief executive Morgan Browne said the business is based around making leading software available to smaller business that couldn't access it before.

"But Enterpryze distils this disruptive solution for micro businesses for the first time. It enables them to streamline a wide range of management functions across a user-friendly system that saves significant time and cost.

“We have had huge support along the way and none of this would be possible without our own dedicated team and the support and guidance we received from Enterprise Ireland through our R&D stage. Nor would it have been possible without the support and backing of SAP.  Given it is one of the world’s most trusted business-to-business brands, this is huge validation of what this solution will do for SMEs.”

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