Publishing company Deanta brings production back to Ireland
Publishing production management company Deanta, which has offices in Dublin and India, has announced that it is to move some of its core editorial and management functions to Dublin from India.
The company, which currently employs 10 people in Dublin and 120 people in India, said that the move would bring enhanced focus to its Dublin-based project management team.
Currently the company is recruiting two project managers in Dublin, as well as a project assistant and graphic designer.
The company, which was founded in 2011, said that it expects to double its staff in Dublin to 20 next year.
Deanta’s renewed interest in investing in Ireland, its home market, stems from the company’s continuous business growth and response to the new challenges of a fast-changing digital landscape.
Citing the increasing use of cloud-based automated solutions, Deanta said that it considers reshaping labour and processes in the company as both necessary and strategic to continue to meet publishers’ requirements and help them remain competitive.
"Our renewed focus on quality will enable our local team to provide higher value to international publishers and meet their most sophisticated requirements," Darren Ryan, Deanta CEO, said.
The company’s decision to further invest in the quality of its editorial services is reflected in the recent move of it's Dublin office to larger, modern premises, in Clontarf.