Bundee Aki opens new Codec offices in Galway city

Codec opens new office in Galway, creating 50 new jobs

Published by: Blandine Faure
Published date: 25th May 2017
Categories: Blog Company

Following a steady and continued expansion, Codec is opening a new office in Galway city, creating an extra 50 jobs in the region. The official opening was on Tuesday, and Bundee Aki got to do the honours…

Following market growth and continued expansion across Ireland, IT services company Codec has announced the opening of a new office in Galway city, and the creation of 50 new jobs in the region.

Codec, an award-winning Microsoft partner who specialises in the delivery of IT infrastructure and of large scale end-to-end business applications projects, is trusted by many Irish and international customers across all sectors. Their presence in the West of Ireland is the result of the acquisition a year ago of IT services firm Vulcan Solutions.

“Since the acquisition, Codec has gone from strength to strength in the region, both in customer acquisition and in staff numbers, and the company wants to continue the investment in the region and its people”, says Stephen Black, General Manager of Operations for the Group.

Codec’s Microsoft Practice is today the largest of its kind in Ireland, and employs near 80 consultants, hailing from 16 different countries, and speaking 20 different languages.

Having grown its workforce over 23% in the past year only, the company is responding to high demand for services such as CRM and ERP implementations, process automation solutions (SharePoint), analytics and cloud solutions.

Speaking at the official opening of the new office in Galway, CEO Ronan Stafford said: “Our Microsoft practice is a true success story. The quality of our resources has been the key factor. Customers come back to us for new projects and ask to work with our teams. We look forward to attracting new talented recruits to our new office so that we can provide our clients with the advice and support they need to grow their business in the region and further”, added Ronan Stafford, CEO of Codec.

Bundee Aki paid a little visit to the Galway team on Tuesday, for the official opening of the new Codec office in the region.

The Galway office is now fully operational and will enable the company to offer their full suite of services to its western client base. The jobs will come on-stream over the next 3 years. Codec will be seeking applications from Microsoft solutions experts (Dynamics 365, CRM, ERP, Analytics, SharePoint, Azure, and Office 365), as well as graduates in the region. The company currently employs over 180 people across seven offices in Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Galway, London, Poland and Germany.

For all enquiry, contact info@codec.ie.