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Datalex CEO, Aidan Brogan

Datalex CEO, Aidan Brogan

Datalex CEO, Aidan Brogan

Travel software company Datalex is to create 100 new jobs in Ireland over the next year and a half as part of a global recruitment drive.

The Dublin-based company is adding 100 new roles at its newly renovated offices in East Point Business Park as well as a further 100 new positions being created at its global office locations.

The Irish-listed firm designs technology that enables a travel marketplace of over one billion shoppers worldwide.

Datalex chief executive Aidan Brogan said it was an "exciting time of growth" for the business.

"In response to the significant global demand for our digital commerce platform, we are looking for the very best talent to deliver the next evolution of digital travel commerce.

"We are actively recruiting globally and throughout Ireland for highly skilled senior software developers, architects, analysts, project managers and many other roles.”

Jobs minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor welcomed the news.

"I am particularly pleased that this expansion will provide 100 high quality skilled jobs for the Irish economy. Only a strong economy supporting people at work can pay for the services needed to create a fair society. 

"Datalex is a tremendous Irish success story with many of the world's major airlines using the software platform. The Government through Enterprise Ireland looks forward to continued engagement with Datalex to support their business development. I wish Aidan and his team every success with their future.”

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