SourceDogg.com creates 80 jobs
Supplier evaluation service provider expands operations
TechTrade | 05 Mar 2012 :
Eighty new jobs will be created in Galway at SourceDogg.com.
The company provides a cloud-served solution which allows users to find and evaluate new suppliers with an easy-to-use approach to quotations, tenders and other aspects of the procurement process. Professional buyers use the system to source and evaluate suppliers, which means that there are opportunities for suppliers of all sizes to become visible to these decision makers and win business. It is free for all suppliers to register and build their profile.
The jobs will be across range of technical roles including engineering, IT support and professional services.
Making the announcement, The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Richard Bruton TD said "I am determined that, with the proper supports from Government, companies like SourceDogg can drive the sustainable, enterprise-led, job-creating recovery we so badly need".
"The new jobs at SourceDogg are a great opportunity for individuals to be an early part of an Irish success story," Mark Scanlon, CEO, SourceDogg. "We will be the largest company in this sector worldwide by 2014."
The company was founded in 2009 by Mark Scanlon and John Quigley and has a growing number of customers in five countries, including the recent signing Aer Lingus.