Asavie announce a hundred new jobs

Pictured left is Clara Delany, Borja Guardiola, Ralph Shaw and Zoe Lengjak of Asavie (Image: Asavie)

Software firm expands on enterprise mobile and IIoT demand

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16 December 2015 | 0

The provider of next generation enterprise mobility management and machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity solutions, Asavie, has announced 106 new jobs across a range of functions at its Dublin headquarters.

In an expansion supported by the Department of Jobs through Enterprise Ireland, the company will hire in engineering, sales, product management, marketing and support, creating specialist teams to further its ambitious growth.

“We are now looking to start the next evolution of our growth, the next phase of our business, based around the world class technology we’ve got,” said CEO Ralph Shaw at the announcement.

The company’s technology is incorporated in everything from taxis and vending machines to building energy management (BEM) systems and cash in transit vans, including among its customers AT&T, eir, Three, Telefonica and Vodafone.

The announcement was welcomed by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, who said “Every sector is going to be transformed by the power of the technologies that you are at the heart of.”

“It is an exciting prospect for you, and a challenge for Dublin to create hub around those technologies, being able to be part of the test bed for those technologies,” the minister said, referencing the industrial Internet of Things initiative, supported by EMC and Vodafone.

The minister re-affirmed the government’s commitment to these areas, adding “We will make sure to address the technologies that are coming down the track, anticipating and be alert to move and to be well aligned with those opportunities as they come our way.”

Asavie’s  has leveraged the high growth sectors of the internet of things (IoT) and enterprise mobility. Its PassBridge platform enables mobile operators and original equipment manufacturers (OEM) to rapidly launch, scale and secure end-user focused enterprise mobility and IoT services. It scales capacity to address the changing traffic patterns inherent with mobility and IoT services for millions of subscribers and billions of devices.

“Supporting high growth companies as they start and scale is a critical role for Enterprise Ireland,” said Julie Sinnamon, CEO, Enterprise Ireland, “and I am delighted that Asavie are announcing these new jobs today. Enterprise Ireland looks forward to continuing to work with Asavie as they implement their plans, creating and sustaining jobs in Ireland.”

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