Datapac to create 35 jobs in Co Wexford as part of €2.1m investment

Job openings will primarily be in technical and business development roles

Karen O’Connor of Datapac said the investment would enable the company to respond to an increased demand for the firm’s managed service solutions.

Karen O’Connor of Datapac said the investment would enable the company to respond to an increased demand for the firm’s managed service solutions.

 

Irish IT services provider Datapac is to create 35 jobs in Enniscorty, Co Wexford, as part of a new €2.1 million investment in the business.

The company said the investment forms part of a plan to expand its network operations centre, which provides remote monitoring and management platforms.

The job openings will be primarily in technical and business development roles to support Datapac’s expanded managed service offerings.

Established in 1982, Datapac is one Ireland’s oldest ICT solutions and services providers. In addition to its Wexford facility, the company also has office in Dublin and Belfast.

Datapac said it expected the investment to drive new customer acquisition across a number of areas, including managed ICT security, backup and business continuity, infrastructure management, cloud services, and network, storage and virtualisation solutions.

“This investment enables Datapac to continue to enhance our service offering to existing customers and to respond to the increased demand for our managed service solutions,” said Karen O’Connor, the company’s service delivery general manager.