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Press Release: IIS Group to create new jobs in 2015

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Tuesday 13th January 2015, Dublin, Ireland

The IIS Group continues to expand its workforce with a number of skilled appointments planned for the coming year.

Following the creation of 35 new positions in 2014, the Dublin-based SAP Gold Partner is set to employ a further 20 people across its offices in Ireland, the UK, the Netherlands and Poland.

Morgan Browne, IIS Group Chief Executive, said the creation of new jobs reflects the company’s impressive growth over the last four years and an ever expanding pipeline of new business.

“In 2011 we had a headcount of around 14 people. But following a prolonged period of growth — despite a difficult economic landscape across Europe — we now employ 85 people. We’re hoping by the end of the year to have a headcount in excess of 100 people for the first time to manage demand for our SAP Business One services and support.”

Last year, the company opened its first office in Katowice, Poland, and was ranked as one of the top-five newcomers at the Deloitte Fast 50 Awards in Dublin — achieving a ranking of fifteenth after witnessing turnover increase by 300% in four years. The IIS Group is also set to open offices in Central London this year.

About IIS:

IIS provide business management software, services and support to small and medium-sized enterprises. The company specialises in supporting and developing SAP Business One — the market-leading ERP solution that has more than 42,000 customers worldwide.

The company combines industry expertise and award-winning customer service with flexible SAP Business One solutions that deliver long-term value to businesses across Europe. IIS is an SAP Gold Partner and one of Europe’s leading SAP Business One VARs, with more than 350 successful implementations to date.

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