More jobs on way at Storm Technology

Dublin-based Storm Technology is to create 20 to 30 jobs over the next year, following on from 15 new hires in the past 12 months.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
5th October, 2014
Karl Flannery, chief executive, Storm. Picture: Feargal Ward

Dublin-based Storm Technology is to create 20 to 30 jobs over the next year, following on from 15 new hires in the past 12 months.

Storm added 18 new clients in the past year, including Topaz and Croke Park, and saw turnover grow by 20 per cent to €8 million. The firm’s primary focus is on re-selling Microsoft products.

“Client demand is driving our growth. Our clients are looking to get a market advantage. We’re combining our business knowledge...

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