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SIX companies in Dublin, Letterkenny and Limerick are creating a total of 122 new jobs.

Consero provides business intelligence to senior executives, and it plans to set up its European headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 20 jobs over three years.

Expenses are an IT company which solves internet traffic issues, and it's setting up a sales and technical support office in Limerick, creating 25 jobs.

Cloud computing firm KeyedIn Solutions is setting up a European software development, sales, marketing and technical support Centre in Letterkenny, Co Donegal. The move will generate 20 jobs.

Optical design firm DITA Inc is expanding its Europe Middle East and Africa headquarters and distribution centre in Dublin, with the creation of 10 new positions. This brings its workforce to a total of 30.

ZenDesk, a provider of web-based customer support software, is to set up its finance and development centre in Dublin, creating 30 jobs over two years.

Munich Re is to create 17 jobs in Dublin as part of an expansion into research and development.

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, said the companies will establish deep roots here and make a substantial impact on our economy. "Today's announcement that high-growth emerging companies are locating operations here, with the creation of 122 jobs, is great news for Ireland."