Charles River opens global managed services centre in Dublin

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17 December 2013 | 0

Charles River has opened a new managed services centre in Dublin leading to the creation of up to 30 jobs.

The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, through IDA Ireland, worked closely with Charles River to secure this expansion.

Charles River Managed Services offers hosting, application management, integrated data, FIX (Financial Information eXchange) connectivity support, and solution upgrades to help clients streamline processes and lower technology costs.

“Worldwide, financial services firms are looking to simplify operations and reduce expenses with cloud-based computing,” said Tom Driscoll, global managing director, Charles River. “We believe our private cloud-based Charles River investment management solution delivers the best results for clients by ensuring successful deployment and immediate access to new capabilities, while allowing internal staff to focus on business priorities. Dublin’s reputation for a strong technical workforce makes it an ideal location for expanding our managed services team.”

Charles River serves over 350 investment firms in 43 countries and employs over 600. Established in 1984 Charles River has offices in Massachusetts, New York, London, Paris, Melbourne, Tokyo, Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and other global financial centers.

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