US software firm Ipswitch to create 60 jobs in Galway
The company is setting up a support and operations centre in Ireland
"We are very excited to take this next step in our company’s growth by creating a full-service Ipswitch office in Europe," Ipswitch's chief revenue office Diane Albano said. "From this headquarters and with all the crucial necessary functions including sales, R&D and post-sales services, we will increase the competitive advantage for both our partners and Ipswitch, and most importantly we will develop a better understanding and higher degree of support for our most valuable asset:...
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