Software Firm To Create 200 Jobs In Athlone

A software firm is to create 200 jobs over the next four years in Athlone.

Neueda Technologies is to establish a software engineering hub and it will undertake software development services for global telecommunications and financial services clients at their new offices on the Dublin Road.

More than 70 people have already been hired by Neueda.


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