Ireland is one of Europe’s leading locations for Business Services due to the availability of high quality IT, superb infrastructure and human resource skills. Companies in the sector serve major European and global markets as well as operating more sophisticated and diverse regional centres.
Ireland has proved to be a highly sought-after location for the delivery of global Business Services. In the early 1990s international companies, attracted by our highly skilled workforce and pro-business environment, began to base their centralising functional support activities here.
A proactive, highly educated and flexible workforce enables global businesses to adapt to ever-changing needs. This also offers them the ability to rapidly expand their activities when required. Thus companies located in Ireland have been able to deliver shareholder value through continuous improvement and innovation.
Ireland offers a myriad of solutions that can readily span the range of best-practice strategic business units from small to large-scale operations. The focus is always on providing a unique, skills-based, flexible and scalable approach that can create value in every business sector.
Business Service companies have come to Ireland for a variety of reasons from corporate tax advantages to the strong infrastructure and the country’s excellent reputation in this sector.
Ireland provides a low-risk, quick start-up, high-performance knowledge economy for Business Service operations.
Business Services companies in Ireland have delivered better customer service, provided more innovative business solutions and reduced costs. Ultimately, this has enabled them to deliver increased shareholder value.
Leading companies such as Accenture, Bertelsmann, Perot, Freightquote, Serco, GLG, Sita, Service Source and Western Union have already located in Ireland adding to the country’s strong reputation worldwide as a centre of excellence for Business Services.
Evolution of UK & Ireland shared service centres from 2000-2015 (Captive/Hybrid excluding BPO).
SSON's global analytics centre (DART) reviewed 15 years of UK & Ireland data to see how Captive/Hybrid SSC landscape has evolved since 2000.
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IDA Ireland, the inward investment agency of the Irish Government has today reported a very strong first half of 2018.
International Retail Solutions company E3 Retail announced today it is to establish a Software Development and Sales Centre in Sligo to support the development and localisation of its retail solutions platform and architecture based on a cloud utility (“pay as you go”) model.
Sojern, travel’s direct demand engine, today announced the continued expansion of its European headquarters in Dublin for its RevDirectTM offering, with plans to more than double in size by 2020 to grow to a team of 56 through the creation of an additional 36 new jobs for the local market.
Dublin, Wednesday, 31st January 2018 – An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD, today opened the European Financial Forum at Dublin Castle marking the third year of the Forum bringing together international and Irish financial industry leaders from banking, finance, insurance, regulation, fintech and asset management to discuss the pressing issues surrounding European finance.
Dublin, 23rd January 2018– Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys TD announced today that global B2B sales and marketing firm N3 will grow its Ireland team to 200 fulltime jobs by the end of 2018. Immediately, N3 is actively recruiting to fill 50 Cloud technology sales positions.
January 10, 2018: An initiative by The Bar of Ireland supported by the IDA and the legal community was launched by the Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan, today (Wednesday) seeking to promote Ireland as a leading centre globally for international legal services.
19,851 Jobs Created in FDI companies – third consecutive year of strong growth under current strategy
Flight Centre Travel Group (FLT) has today announced plans to create more than 30 new roles to facilitate its expansion in Ireland.
Fragomen today announced the opening of its new office in Ireland, based in Dublin's city centre in order to service its portfolio of multinational clients in market.
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald officially opened LinkedIn’s new
17,650 sq m Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) HQ at Wilton Place in Dublin today. The new building is the first that LinkedIn has built outside the USA, and is the result of an €85 million investment. The development was undertaken in order to meet the needs of LinkedIn’s growing workforce in Ireland, which has increased from three employees to 1,200 in just seven years.
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