Technology firm Asavie to create 106 jobs in Dublin
Variety of roles including engineering, sales, product management and marketing
Asavie CEO Ralph Shaw. Dublin-based technology firm Asavie is to create 106 jobs over the next 2.5 years.
Dublin-based technology firm Asavie is to create 106 jobs over the next 2.5 years.
The company is looking to recruit people in the areas of engineering, sales, product management, marketing and support, to expand its Internet of Things platform PassBridge.
PassBridge enables mobile operators and original equipment manufacturers to rapidly launch, scale and secure end-user focused enterprise mobility and Internet of Things services.
Asavie chief executive Ralph Shaw said the company has experienced “phenomenal growth” over the past few years.
He said the latest evolution of the company builds on the strength of its global partnerships and the huge demand from companies to secure and control the costs of their mobility and Internet of Things projects as they scale.
“We have created a fantastically rewarding work environment and are looking to hire people who want to shape the next generation of the internet,” he said.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton said a key part of the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs is accelerating the development of the digital cluster in Dublin, and central to this is developing a powerful engine of Irish companies in this sector.
He said Asavie is a “highly innovative Irish company, developing ground-breaking technologies in Dublin, working with world-leading multinationals and adding large numbers of jobs here.”
Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Dublin, Ireland with offices in the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain and the United States, Asavie currently employs 80 people.
The company was recently awarded the outstanding international growth award from the Irish Software Association.
According to analyst firm, Machina Research, the total number of machine to machine connections will grow from 5 billion in 2014 to 27 billion in 2024.