Netwatch to add 50 jobs in Ireland

Security technology company Netwatch is to add 50 new jobs in Ireland over the next year as it prepares for growth.

Kurt Takahashi, Netwatch Global chief executive. Kurt Takahashi, Netwatch Global chief executive

The company is recruiting for roles in research and development, human resources, its monitoring hub, sales and technical operations.

“This level of expansion is being made to meet the needs of our current development and Netwatch Ireland will be the hub for this growth,” said Kurt Takahashi, Netwatch Global chief executive.

Netwatch was established in Carlow in 2003, and its research and development function is based in Ireland.

The R&D team developed and deployed Netwatch’s own propriety technology and develops applications for all platforms, along with software development for the Netwatch Communication Hub.

Team will grow
As part of the current round of recruitment, the team will grow to almost 30.

Other global functions including HR, global monitoring and finance, are led from Ireland, where the company employs more than 150. It has more than 250 staff in the US.

“The Netwatch platform developed in Carlow has been so successful that we are building our business in the US around it,” said Mr Takahashi.

Source: Irish Times

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