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ERP: Software firms turn the corner

Demand for SAP software has boomed recently, which means more Irish jobs, writes Alex Meehan.

12th May, 2012
Morgan Browne, managing director of Intelligent Information Systems. Photo: Maura Hickey

When German software firm SAP announced earlier this month that it is to create 250 new jobs in Dublin and Galway, it emerged that 150 of them will be in the areas of sales and services.

The move reflects what IT industry sources say is an increased confidence among some firms that are now comfortable about spending on improving their systems after several years of consolidation and, in many cases, downsizing.

While SAP's software is used by...

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