Qualtrics to create 100 new jobs in Dublin by the end of 2016
Software company Qualtrics is to create 100 new jobs in Dublin, which will bring the total number of people employed in Ireland to 250 by the end of 2016.
The announcement was made at the official opening of Qualtrics’ new 27,000 sq ft EU headquarters on Stephen’s Green in Dublin’s city centre.
Founded in Utah in the US by CEO Ryan Smith in 2002, Qualtrics is a software-as-a-service company which provides an insight platform which is used by 7,000 enterprises around the world as well as by academic institutions and government agencies.
Brands such as Kelloggs and HP use the platform to collect, analyse, and act on the voice of the customer, allowing them to understand and measure customer satisfaction, and to test brand, market and product concepts with their customers.
CEO of Qualtrics Ryan Smith described the company’s experience of doing business in Europe from the Irish base as “phenomenal”.
“The market response to our technology has been hugely positive and our sales teams are now working with customers in 16 languages across European markets including Ireland and the UK,” he said.
“We’re ahead of our business targets and as a result we’re on track to increase our workforce to 250 by the end of 2016.”
Qualtrics is actively recruiting for its sales, support and technical teams as well as graduates from the science, business and mathematics disciplines for the Dublin office.
The investment has been supported by IDA Ireland.
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