Cloud solutions firm 3EN offers 16 new jobs at Holywood office

  • Local cloud solutions company 3EN Cloud Ltd has announced the creation of 16 new jobs in its Holywood office as part of a £1.2m investment plan.

    Northern Irish company 3EN specialises in Oracle NetSuite Enterprise Resource Management Solutions, and has partnered with firms across Europe and the US. The firm uses its cloud-based tech to help integrate NetSuite with other software platforms companies may be using in their technology stacks, and has seen some impressive growth over the past year.

    3EN started developing its Netgento and Dependency Checker software integration programmes back in 2015 with support from Invest NI's R&D fund, and it's now exporting its services globally from its Holywood headquarters and additional offices in London, Dublin and Bonn. It now plans to double the headcount in its Holywood office as part of a significant £1.2m investment in expanding operations.

    The new job roles include systems architects, developers, engineers, accountants, and graduate-level sales and marketing roles. Recruitment is currnetly underway for the new jobs, with Invest Northern Ireland offering over £164,000 to support the creation of new jobs, skills, and R&D projects.

    Dale Cree, CEO, 3EN Cloud Ltd, said: "As one of the world’s leading Oracle Netsuite partners, we are proud of our reputation as a Northern Irish company that’s resolving difficult software implementation issues for businesses globally. Our team expansion will help us to grow our business, maintaining a high standard of quality for our current clients, while also continuing to increase our export sales across Europe and the US."

    George McKinney, Director of Technology & Services, Invest NI, said: "We have worked with 3EN over the last number of years to support its growth, innovation and market presence. In 2015 we supported the company with an R&D investment which helped it to develop its Netgento and Dependency Checker software integration programmes. The company is now successfully securing significant export deals, following our support."

    Source: Written based on press release

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