ThousandEyes sets its sights on Ireland with 20 new Dublin jobs

  • Globally recognised network intelligence company ThousandEyes has announced plans to open a new office in Dublin, which will align with an increase in workforce. Initially 20 positions are in the pipeline to be created as a result.

    San-Francisco based network intelligence firm ThousandEyes has set its sights on Ireland, with a new office opening in Dublin thanks to support from the Irish government. The company also has offices in San Francisco, Austin, London, New York and Tokyo, with the new office in Ireland adding to ThousandEyes' extensive global growth plans.

    "I warmly welcome the decision by ThousandEyes to invest in Dublin. We already have a strong hub of Information & Communications Technology (ICT) companies here and this announcement reaffirms our reputation as a highly attractive location for this sector," commented Heather Humphreys, Ireland Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation.

    "Over the last 12 months, we have seen an unbelievable increase in demand for our technology by large enterprise customers in EMEA whose dependence on hybrid environments and the Internet is ever increasing," said Mohit Lad, co-founder and CEO of ThousandEyes.

    ThousandEyes has also announced the new appointment of Orla Moran as the Senior Director of Inside Sales in EMEA. The new Senior Director of Inside Sales in EMEA will be in the Dublin office and will be a fantastic asset to the team with her breadth of experience. Her experience combined with the new office will aim to expand the company’s sales and global presence.

    SOURCES: IDA Press Release

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