Dublin-based billing software firm to create 100 new jobs

Brite:Bill is looking to hire recruits on foot of winning lucrative contract in North America

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton  said at the heart of our jobs plan is developing a powerful engine of Irish enterprise. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / Irish Times

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton said at the heart of our jobs plan is developing a powerful engine of Irish enterprise. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / Irish Times

 

Dublin-based billing software firm Brite:Bill is to create 100 new jobs on foot of winning a major new contract in North America.

The company said it is looking to hire a mix of specialised talent across all areas of its business with an immediate requirement for software developers, system architects and project managers.

The new recruits will be hired over the next two years with half coming on board this year.

Some 75 will be based in its new Dublin headquarters with the remainder in its North American offices.

Founded in Dublin in 2010, Brite:Bill creates software for clients which allows them to provide customised billing, invoices and statements to customers.

Chief executive Alan Coleman said: “These are important new roles and the people who come on board in these jobs will be key in supporting our rapid growth and will help us build and scale the company”.

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton said: “At the heart of our jobs plan is developing a powerful engine of Irish enterprise, and Brite:Bill is a great example of the type of company we are trying to support through our growing programme of overseas activities.”