Channel Mechanics, a web-based software company has announced to expand their services in wake of rising demand. In addition, the company has announced that they will create more than 50 jobs over the next year.
New headquarter in Galway
Channel Mechanics has officially opened its headquarters in Galway. Moreover, Channel Mechanics is a SaaS Partner Relationship Management and Channel Program Automation provider. The company started 10 years ago and works with global vendors who utilize its channel as their route-to-market. “We are delighted to be opening our new state of the art offices which is a culmination of many years of hard work and dedication by the team here at Channel Mechanics. This new HQ will support our expansion plans for the years ahead and we look forward to welcoming customers and new team members to this wonderful new work space.” Kenneth Fox, Channel Mechanics chief executive said in a statement.
50 new high skilled jobs
Furthermore, the company will offer multiple high skilled new jobs at the new headquarter in Galway. Initially, the company has announced to create 50 new jobs over the period of next 12 months. Primarily, the new roles will spread across numerous domains. These include software development, QA, sales, marketing, business analysis and customer services. Channel Mechanics has shown the continued and growing confidence in Galway for its highly trained and skilled workforce. The doubling in their team is no small feat and I am confident that it is one that it will bring abundance of success for Channel Mechanics, and indeed for Galway as a great place to work and live. Congratulations to all involved. Minister Naughton said while welcoming the investment.
“Channel Mechanics presence in Galway makes an important contribution to prosperity at regional level as well as to the positioning of Ireland as innovators in the space of channel program management solutions globally.” Kevin Sherry, Executive Director of Enterprise Ireland said.
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