The business plans to employ people for positions at its offices in Dublin, Cork, and Galway, and it will invest €2.5 million in growing its workforce.

The fields of field engineers, cybersecurity, helpdesk support, business development, and sales and finance will all see an increase in employment.'s revenues reached €5 million at the end of the previous year, up 42% on average from 2021. The firm predicts that revenues will reach €8 million by the end of 2025.

The firm, which has its headquarters in Finglas, provides services to several foreign clients in the UK, Cyprus, France, Germany, Canada, USA, Africa, and Australia.

Eamon Gallagher, the founder and managing director of, stated, “As a managed IT services provider, we are constantly evolving to meet new trends, threats, and innovations.”

“That is why we are investing in our people and expanding our world-class team to support the remarkable talent that we already have in-house,” said Gallagher.