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Softcat hires 18 new people for its Irish office

The move brings the workforce at the British IT sales firm’s Dún Laoghaire operation to 24

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
15th December, 2019
Charles Harman, Ireland country manager of Softcat. Picture: John Ohle

British IT reseller Softcat has added 18 new jobs to its operation in Dún Laoghaire in Co Dublin, with plans to add at least another five in the coming year based on its projected performance.

Softcat, which is headquartered in Marlowe, Buckinghamshire, opened the Dublin office a year ago with six staff. The business confirmed last week that its workforce has now grown to 24. In its last year-end results, Softcat had revenues of...

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