BearingPoint to create 50 jobs with new Irish technology centre

  • Management and technology consultancy firm BearingPoint is expanding its operations with the opening of a new Centre of Excellence in Dublin.

    The new Irish base will support the company's spinout BearingPoint//Beyond, a rapidly growing SaaS-based digital platform solution provider.

    Companies in the telecommunications, media, technology and also automotive sectors, use BearingPoint//Beyond’s digital technology platform to create partner ecosystems that accelerate innovation, launch and monetise new services and grow revenue at speed.

    BearingPoint//Beyond’s telecom customers include Irish quad-play service provider Eir, BT in the United Kingdom, Austrian telco A1 Austria, Australian ISP iiNet, and NTT Group in Japan.

    The roles will be filled over the next three years to support the BearingPoint//Beyond's growth, with the company intending to enhance its capabilities in engineering, quality assurance, customer engagement and service delivery management.

    Commenting on the news, Barry Keane, COO of BearingPoint//Beyond, said: "During such uncertain economic times due to COVID-19, it’s important to support enterprise growth wherever possible.

    "Around the world, communication service providers and blue-chip tech companies are turning to BearingPoint//Beyond to help them grow revenue and transform their operations to better compete in the digital economy.

    "Ireland is a globally recognised source of skilled and talented technologists who are a perfect fit for BearingPoint//Beyond and our culture of collaboration, entrepreneurship and innovation. We’re excited to establish our new Centre of Excellence in Dublin and look forward to seeing the positive contribution it makes to our company."

    Source: Written based on press release

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