by Bernie English [email protected]
LIMERICK was in the jobs spotlight for all the right reasons this week as a second high-end company announced expansion.
KEMP Technologies announced 50 new jobs, marking a significant expansion for KEMP Technologies at its EMEA Headquarters, located at the National Technology Park in Plassey.
This expansion will bring the company’s current workforce in Limerick to 80. The company which has seven offices worldwide, with Limerick heading up the EMEA region, is a global leader in the development of the most advanced load balancers in the world that enable all types of SMEs and Global Groups to optimise their e-commerce and online traffic capabilities, such as online banking, email, web and cloud based applications.
The announcement follows an earlier announcement by Pepper Asset Servicing (“Pepper”) that it will also create 50 new positions at its servicing centre at Westpark Business Campus in Shannon, after the company invested a further €0.5 million in the expansion of the premises. The additional space provides capacity for another 80 staff on top of the 120 already employed there.
For more details, see the next edition of the Limerick Post