20 new Lisburn-based jobs to be created as Irish Tech firm acquires P2V Systems

  • Lisburn-based Microsoft cloud services company P2V Systems will be offering 20 new jobs following its purchase by AI, software and IT services provider ActionPoint 

    IT services company ActionPoint has always prioritised enabling clients to reach its greatest potential through the correct usage of technology over the past decade. The comapny currently has offices in Limerick, Dublin and Galway, with its combined turnover predicted to reach a staggering £17.5m with an increase in team to reach 100 members of staff by the end of this financial year.

    The company has now acquired Lisburn-based P2V Systems, and the result is the creation of 20 new roles based in Lisburn that will grow the company's IT and sales teams. ActionPoint is a Microsoft Gold partner and a multi award winning IT services provider, so as part of this acquisition all P2V customers will still be fully supported by ActionPoint.

    "As an established and award-winning Microsoft Solutions provider in Northern Ireland, we are strengthened by this acquisition and look forward to expanding our portfolio of existing services to include custom software development, IoT and AI to best service our customers in Northern Ireland," said Stephen McCann, P2V Systems CEO.

    David Jeffreys, CEO of ActionPoint, also commented on the acquisition: "This partnership has created a multitude of synergies and presents immense value add to our customers.  P2V Systems is widely recognised as a leader in both Digital Transformation and Microsoft Cloud Technologies, as evidenced by being one of only a handful of companies on the island of Ireland ever to win a prestigious Global Microsoft Award. We are delighted with this news and are excited by the opportunity presented by this collaboration."

    SOURCES: ActionPoint Press Release

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