Software firm Wrike to create 50 jobs in Dublin

SaaS work management platform used by 9,000 organisations

IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan. The IDA is supporting Wrike’s investment

IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan. The IDA is supporting Wrike’s investment

 

US software firm Wrike is to create 50 jobs in Dublin over the next two years, the company said on Monday.

The investment is supported through IDA Ireland.

Wrike is a Software-as-a-Services (SaaS) work management platform that is used by some 9,000 organisations worldwide. Founded and headquartered in Mountain View, California, Wrike has been translated into ten languages and is sold in 120 countries

The company has raised $26 million in funding since it was established in 2007.

“We are impressed by the tech community in Ireland and aim to build a dynamic and ambitious team in Dublin that will directly contribute to Wrike’s high-growth and dedicated customer service. We have grown at a record speed over the past few years and our European HQ will market and support Wrike prospects and customers across Europe,” said company founder and chief executive Andrew Filev.