Technical support firm to create over 130 jobs in Limerick


A technical support services firm is to create more than 130 new jobs in Limerick.

Trusource Labs is to establish an international operations centre at the National Technology Park in Plassey.

The project is supported by the Department of Jobs through IDA Ireland.

The jobs are to be created over the next three years.

The privately-held company services technology firms that specialise in the Internet of Things, and provide support for companies that use Apple devices.

It also helps develop content online and ‘in the box’ for troubleshooting, providing support with phone, e-mail, social, chat and video in multiple languages.

Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor said: "I am delighted to be in Limerick again today to welcome a further 134 jobs to the city and the region.

"As minister my priority is to ensure continued jobs creation right across the country. These are exactly the kind of high quality technical jobs that we seek to attract and it is a strong vote of confidence for Ireland and the Irish workforce that Trusource Labs has decided to establish its international operations centre here."

The company's co-founder Alton Martin added: "We are enthusiastic to bring our innovative customer experience model to Ireland. It is our first step in a larger global growth plan, and we are grateful for IDA’s partnership and support."

Trusource Labs is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

The company employs over 600 people in the US, and is a member of the Apple Consultants Network.

Jack Quan, 

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