Tech start-up Joulica to treble its workforce

The Galway based start-up which specialises in selling software to large-scale contact centres globally, intends to create 20 new jobs in the next twelve months

5th November, 2017
Hiring drive: Joe Smyth, Diarmuid Leonard and Tony McCormack PIc: Michael Dillon

Joulica, the Galway-based tech start-up selling software to large-scale contact centres globally, will treble its workforce in the coming year, creating 20 jobs in software development. Established in May 2016 by co-founders Tony McCormack, Joe Smyth and Diarmuid Leonard, Joulica has gone straight to export, secured early-stage customers in the financial services and online retail sectors in the US.

McCormack, Joulica’s chief executive, said more than one third of all global contact centre spend was in the...

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