- 25 May 2017
- Transport / Logistics Services
International e-commerce support company Pitney Bowes has announced it is to open a new Operations Centre in Dublin. This is to house a three year, multimillion Euro research and development project, designed to develop a next generation e-commerce and payments platform for global brands.
The Pitney Bowes Operations Centre is to include a Client Support Centre and research & design centre. It will create around 100 new jobs for technical support, customer support and e-commerce R&D professionals in the next three years.
According to the company, the platform being developed at the Dublin R&D centre is to “create opportunities for merchants to reach consumers around the world and expand into new markets at speed”.
The Pitney Bowed Client Support Centre is to serve clients in the UK. Nordic region and Ireland. The project is being done with the support of the Irish government.
Pitney Bowes already operates a Global Ecommerce centre in Dublin. The new Pitney Bowes Client Support Centre team will be located alongside their Global Ecommerce colleagues in Fitzwilliam Square West, Dublin.
In 2016 Ireland’s economy grew by 5.2%, outstripping all other Eurozone countries and nearly all official forecasts. A growing number of multinational companies are continuing to choose the region as a base for locating either their European hubs or regional customer support facilities.
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