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More jobs at Capstone as it builds on success

The contact centre IT provider expects to see growth at its Dublin head office, along with overseas expansion. Emmet Ryan reports

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
9th April, 2017
Fergus Kelly, managing director of Capstone Picture: Fergal Phillips

Dublin-based contact centre IT provider Capstone is to create 30 jobs over the next two years, as part of an investment of between €1.5 million and €2 million.

The business, which has more than 50 staff split between its head office in Dublin and locations in London and the US, is to move into the Asia-Pacific market in the near future.

Capstone’s clients include KBC, Laya Healthcare, Norwegian Cruise Lines, publishing house Wiley, American Airlines, and the...

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