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Dubin-based Phorest to create 100 jobs

Software firm Phorest is adding 100 new jobs worldwide.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

28th September, 2014
Ronan Perceval says his company Phorest is gaining momentum in Britain. PIcture: Feargal Ward

Software firm Phorest is adding 100 new jobs worldwide, including 78 in Ireland, as part of its international expansion strategy.

The Dublin-based business, which was founded in 2004, currently has 50 staff and develops software for the hair and beauty salon sector. The new roles will be focused on sales, marketing, and accounting.

“We originally developed with more sectors in mind, but we found each business had different needs – dentists, doctors, retailers, all had other needs. The size...

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