Irish tech firm Deveire to open new Derry Software Development Centre

  • Irish tech firm Deveire has announced plans to invest in its first Software Development Centre in Northern Ireland, aiming to create 15 new tech jobs in Derry.

    Deveire has operated in the Ireland for over ten years, providing enterprise-scale web solutions to large organisations. The firm focuses on using the latest technologies to improve a company's digital presence, and has delivered the web-platforms behind big brands such as Walmart, Coca-Cola, Amazon, and others.

    The company is now entering a period of expansion, and has chosen Derry to be the site of its first ever Software Development Centre in Northern Ireland due to the strong talent pool in the area. The new centre will create 15 new jobs for the North West over the next three years, and has been supported by £97,500 in Invest NI job creation support.

    Deveire's CEO Cathal Murtagh explained that the Derry office will also form part of the firm's Brexit strategy: "As a part of our Brexit strategy, the Londonderry office gives us access to the UK markets. Invest NI’s support has been invaluable, helping us to build a team whose innovative expertise will allow us to develop new products and grow and explore success in global markets."

    "Our Software Development Centre will focus on advanced computing and innovative technical approaches, to build next generation application solutions. It will have a strong focus on culture and people, through our working environment, but this will also be a key objective of our software solutions. Our aim is to create software that meets the users’ needs to allow for seamless experiences that are personal to a user, allowing people to reach their full potential."

    Source: Written based on press release

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