Enterpryze to hire 100 as it launches SME platform in Ireland and the UK
Software provider has said that SMEs can avail of its invoicing and payments services ‘for free, for life’
Enterpryze, a software company, has announced the creation of 100 new jobs over the next two years at its EMEA support headquarters in Cherrywood in Dublin.
Recruitment for the new positions, which are in the areas of customer support, sales and client management, is already underway. The drive to expand its employee headcount comes as the firm makes its business and accounting platform available to Irish and UK firms for the first time.
Though the software...
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