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€2m fund to help IT firm create 30 jobs

Dublin-based IT company Capstone develops software for call centres

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

9th April, 2017
Fergus Kelly, managing director of Capstone

Around 30 jobs will be created at the Dublin-based IT company Capstone over the next two years as a result of a €2 million investment.

Capstone develops software for call centres and has offices in Dublin, London, and the United States. Between 15 and 20 of the new roles will be at its Dublin office.

“Realistically I see us jumping from 50-odd to 80 people in the next two years, with half of those jobs in Ireland,” Fergus...

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