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Infosys to create 250 jobs in Ireland over three years

The IT consulting company will locate its first dedicated R&D centre outside India in Ireland

7th December, 2015
Infosys will locate its first dedicated R&D centre outside India in Ireland

Information technology consultant Infosys has announced plans to create 250 new jobs in Ireland over the next three years at its first dedicated research and development centre outside India and in a facility providing IT services to its clients.

Up to 95 roles will be created at the R&D centre, which will focus on fintech research, with a further 155 people employed at the company's new development centre.

Infosys already employs more than 250 people in...

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