Friday 27th May 2022 Integrity, a leading global IT consultancy in the life science industry is expanding its business in Ireland with the creation of new job opportunities in the Tipperary area. 
Integrity set down roots in Ireland in October 2021 and is now ready to embark on its expansion across Ireland.

This project is supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland.

T├ínaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade & Employment Leo Varadkar said: “I’m so pleased Integrity has chosen Cashel as the location for its new International Operations Centre, which will also be the company’s European HQ, creating a number of new jobs. Our talented workforce and the links that exist between our universities and industry are both really important for what has developed into a thriving life sciences sector here. I wish the team the very best with their plans.”

Trading since 1998, Integrity is excited to bring its wealth of experience to Ireland to benefit the significant global pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical presence here.

This is an ambitious move for Integrity which not only creates a platform to offer its IT project and quality services to life science businesses in Ireland, but also enables Integrity to establish Ireland as its European headquarters.

Integrity is looking to recruit talented people and has several open roles in areas such as IT project management, service management and quality & compliance ensuring the company continues to deliver a best-in-class service for its clients.  For more information on these open roles, please visit

Chris Reid, CEO of Integrity said: “We ’re looking to recruit at all levels and engage with some of the excellent universities you have in Ireland. We’d like to see where we can support them and leverage graduates from those universities.” He believes Integrity is all about its people, enabling staff to reach their full potential. “We pride ourselves on having a very low staff turnover, and we hope that’s because we treat our staff well in terms of the career development and reward. We also encourage mobility within the organisation that enables our staff to meet new challenges and develop a breadth of capabilities”.

Executive Director of IDA Ireland Mary Buckley said: “The decision by Integrity to establish its European headquarters in Cashel is terrific news and a welcome addition to the robust Life Sciences cluster in the Midwest.  IDA Ireland remains committed to winning jobs and investment for every part of Ireland and we look forward to supporting Integrity with this expansion.”