Bruton welcomes Bentley’s continued commitment to its Irish operation
Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton today welcomed the continued commitment by Bentley Systems, Inc., the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, to its Irish operation. The company currently employs 110 people at its Shared Services, Sales, and Marketing Centre in its Europe, Middle East, and Africa headquarters. The new centre was established in Dublin, Ireland, less than 18 months ago. Bentley plans to add more high-quality jobs at the centre in the coming months. Commenting on the positive growth of Bentley’s Irish operation, Minister Bruton said,
Bentley initially decided to locate this operation in Ireland in late 2009 and in that short period of time has experienced significant growth. Bentley’s continued commitment to its Irish operation and its plan to add more jobs in the coming months are welcome news for Ireland’s services sector.Ireland’s ability to attract companies of the calibre of Bentley can be attributed to our talented workforce and successful track record in the services sector. On behalf of the Irish government I wish to offer this dynamic and exciting company every support as it grows its Irish operations into the future.
Staffed by multilingual finance and administrative personnel, sales and marketing professionals, technical support, and product engineers, the Dublin location helps Bentley deliver outstanding service to its users and fulfil its mission of sustaining infrastructure within a global context. The establishment of the centre was facilitated by the Irish government with the aid of IDA Ireland.
Recruitment at Bentley's new Shared Services, Sales and Marketing Centre in Dublin is ongoing. Those interested in applying for a position should submit their CVs by visiting http://www.bentley.com/EMEAjobapplications
or call 014364600 for more information.The full Press Release is available here.