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30 new jobs in Sysnet Global Solutions a good boost for Carrickmines

Fine Gael TD for Dublin South, Peter Mathews, has today welcomed the announcement by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, that Sysnet Global Solution, the Dublin information security and services company, is to invest €1.34 million in a major research and development programme. The project is being supported by the Government through Enterprise Ireland.

“I am very pleased with today’s announcement, which will see the company create 30 new high value jobs in the Park, Carrickmines, bringing its total workforce here to 111, and 8 more in its overseas network by 2014. January can be a tough month, so today’s news is very welcome for the people in Dublin South.
“If we are to get out of this crisis and create the levels of employment we need, we must support an indigenous environment of economic growth. Indigenous companies provide proportionately three times more benefit to the Irish economy than multinational companies, and while FDI will remain a crucial part of our economic strategy, Minister Bruton is determined to support high growth indigenous companies in every way possible.
“Sysnet is a dynamic Irish tech company operating at the cutting edge of its sector, engaging in R&D and innovation. In the forthcoming Action Plan for Jobs, the Government will be implementing further measures to support the indigenous companies of the future so that we can accelerate their expansion to create the jobs we so badly need.

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