Irish retail tech company creates 50 jobs in Dublin and Cork
Positive ProStrategy Retail, an Irish tech company providing front and back end solutions to retail businesses including EPOS and supply chain management, has created 50 new jobs with a view to many more in the coming years.
23 October 2018 | 0
Positive ProStrategy Retail, which provides Unified Commerce solutions to clients in Ireland and Europe, is planning significant growth over the next three years, starting with 50 new jobs in Dublin and Cork. The company’s growth is charted to go in tandem with rising consumer confidence in retail.
Positive ProStrategy Retail’s offers “end-to-end” retail solutions including EPOS and store management, supply chain, replenishment and more.
Unified commerce is an area becoming increasingly important to retailers, as it ultimately results in an improved shopping experience for customers.
“Unifying all commerce channels with the power of Artificial Intelligence is a must for Irish companies to compete,” said Joe Kelly of Positive ProStrategy. “Retailers need fast and accurate analysis and insights into shopping trends as well as day-to-day operations.
“Our technology enables our customers to do just this,” he says.
Minister Pat Breen congratulated Positive ProStrategy on the company’s success to date and welcomed its plans for further growth and job creation. “The retail sector in Ireland has grown significantly in recent years,” Breen said, “and the sector makes a vital contribution to the economy, accounting for almost 280,000 jobs.
“With over 70% of these jobs outside Dublin,” the minister said, “the sector plays a particularly important contribution to regional enterprise development.”
Positive ProStrategy Retail plans to increase it workforce from to 110+ over the next three years.
Positive ProStrategy Retail can be contacted at 1890-886675 or through the website www.ppretail.ie.