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DUBLIN - 5 October 2020 – Hellios, the UK headquartered supplier information and risk management solution company today announced that it is establishing a Software Development centre in Dublin and will create 24 new developer roles.
Through its products, Hellios enables its industry communities to create a single pool of accurate up to date supplier information, to meet the rising challenge of managing supplier risk, compliance, performance and development. The company achieves this by collecting, validating and monitoring supplier information provided by relevant vendors. Hellios customers are predominantly in financial services, retail and defence and aerospace sectors.
Colin Maund, CEO & Founder commented that “Hellios provides supplier information services to major buying organisations allowing them to increase compliance and improve procurement. As we develop our services and increase our customer base, we made the strategic decision to locate our new Software Development centre in Dublin after looking at a number of European options due to the city’s reputation as a thriving tech hub in Europe.”
Hellios aims to be the leading global provider of collaborative industry-based supplier compliance and qualification services. We make the world a safer, more ethical and fairer place by using the weight of our buying partners to educate and assure compliance with standards of ethical behaviour to the benefit of buyers, their supply chains and wider society.
By reduced duplication of effort and improved compliance our solutions reduce costs to buyers and suppliers and creates a successful long-term business for all our stakeholders. Hellios earn money by charging buyers and suppliers subscriptions for being part of our communities.
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