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Qualtrics chief executive Ryan Smith. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Getty Images

German business software company SAP has agreed to buy Qualtrics International for $8 billion (€7.1 billion) in cash, pre-empting a planned stock mark(...)

Qualtrics is to create 350 new jobs in Dublin over the next four years

US software company Qualtrics plans to create more than 350 jobs in Dublin over the next four years to bring total headcount here to 600. Qualtrics m(...)

Datahug co-founder ConnorMurphy: had already stepped back from leading Datahug prior to its sale but he admits it was still hard to say goodbye to a business he had brought so far.

Selling his company Datahug two year ago was a “bittersweet” moment for its co-founder Connor Murphy. But while not ruling out stepping into the ring (...)

Speakers at the inaugural SaaStock conference in Dublin last year.

As the holiday season ends so the tech conferences begin again. A number of technology-related events are happening in Dublin in the coming months wit(...)

Speakers at the inaugural SaaStock conference in Dublin last year

SaaStock, a Dublin-hosted conference focused on software as a service (SaaS), which held its first event here last year, has raised an estimated £350,(...)

Ryan Smith, CEO of Qualtrics, at last year’s Web Summit in Dublin. “I remember every interview I did, they would ask, ‘why are you here – is it because of taxes?’ There’s this undercurrent that’s really not right.” Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Getty Images

If you ask Qualtrics’ Ryan and Jared Smith why they invested in Ireland, the answer is probably not what you would expect. “My grandmother made me.(...)

Getbulb founder Oliver Mooney. Photograph: Alan Betson

Students and professionals have been invited to a data journalism weekend next month, where teams of students, journalists, graphic designers and web (...)

Enjoying lunch at Google’s HQ in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The best things in life may be free but are generous workplace perks enough to persuade you to choose one company over another? That’s certainly what (...)

Qualtrics chief executive Ryan Smith with Taoiseach Enda Kenny: the tech firm has leased a building close to St Stephen’s Green and it has more space than it needs to accommodate the planned 250-strong workforce. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

US-based Qualtrics started out as a family business when it was founded in 2002, but more than a decade later it has grown into an international compa(...)

 Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the opening of the company’s first Dublin office in 2013.  Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

US software firm Qualtrics is to create 100 jobs at its Dublin base.The new roles will take the number of people employed by the firm to 250 by the en(...)

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