Irish cloud gamer Auxilion to create 110 new jobs

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Most of the new jobs will be based in Ireland and will cover networking, digital workplace, consulting and managed services functions.

Digital service provider Help is expanding its team, creating 110 new jobs over the next three years.

The Dublin-based company, which provides IT, cloud and digital services, said it will increase its revenue from € 40 million to € 60 million.

The new jobs will be based primarily in Ireland, at Auxilion’s offices in Dublin and Belfast, with some positions focused on driving the company’s growth in the UK.

The company will hire for a wide range of technical roles, as well as project and program managers, in a number of areas including networking, digital workplace, consulting, and managed services.

Philip Maguire, founder and CEO of Auxilion, said the pandemic increased the deployment of IT change management and digital transformation projects for many organizations, but noted that these were implemented very quickly without long-term planning.

“Organizations must therefore review and redesign their approaches to ensure they support future business goals,” he said.

“We made the decision to analyze our resources and realign our focus to capitalize on the strengths of the company and drive growth. This includes building “digital thinking” in every part of our organization and in what we do for our clients. We are growing the team and investing in the business to enable our transformation as we seek to become the leading provider of digital services on the island of Ireland, while also driving our expansion into the UK. “

Today’s announcement follows the restructuring of the company over the past 18 months. In November 2020, Auxilion announced plans to invest a total of € 1 million in a new division that would meet the demand for secure networks.

Speaking at the time, Maguire said that Covid-19 had accelerated the need for digital transformation in networking and security and believed that hybrid work would continue after the pandemic.

“This has created unprecedented tensions in terms of security and governance in relation to corporate and public sector networks.”