BrowserStack to create 40 Dublin jobs over three years

Indian mobile and web testing company to establish international HQ in Dublin

 BrowserStack provides a mobile and web testing platform for customers like Airbnb. (Photograph: Waldo Swiegers/Bloomberg)

BrowserStack provides a mobile and web testing platform for customers like Airbnb. (Photograph: Waldo Swiegers/Bloomberg)

 

BrowserStack, an Indian mobile and web testing platform, is to expand its Dublin operations, creating 40 new jobs over the next three years.

A cloud based service that allows web developers to perform these tests quickly and eliminates the need for expensive in-house testing infrastructure, BrowserStack first came to Dublin in 2016.

Ritesh Arora, co-founder of BrowserStack, said that setting up the real devise mobile data centre in Dublin expands the company’s existing cloud capacity.

“This expansion is an important step towards building a best-in-class global testing infrastructure. This will allow us to provide a better experience to our existing customers and support new product launches. We are also excited to expand our presence in Dublin and look forward to benefitting from its deep talent pool,” he said.

IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan said that the investment will assist the IDA in attracting more Indian technology companies to Ireland.

BrowserStack, supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland, serves more than 35,000 customers in 130+ countries and customers include: Twitter, Microsoft, AirBnB, Mastercard, and more.