The new positions announced include business development roles in Ireland, UK and Poland, along with tech support and infrastructure expert roles in Carlow and Warsaw.
Carlow-based private cloud company Stryve has announced that its expanding its client base across Ireland, the UK and Europe, with the addition of 10 new positions.
The new roles will be in business development, tech support and customer deployment roles. It brings to 30 the number of jobs for the company since the merger of vCloud and T2 in 2018.
Stryve offers bespoke private cloud solutions and Fortune 500-grade cybersecurity for SMEs and multinationals alike, at an affordable price point.
“We have ambitious plans for Stryve which include expansion across Europe and acquisitions to strengthen and complement our core services”
Stryve, which recently recently opened its first European sales office in Poland, provides a range of private cloud services including Infrastructure as a service (IAAS), disaster recovery and secure online backups from its own data centre.
Speaking about the jobs announcement Andrew Tobin, CEO of Stryve said, “We have ambitious plans for Stryve which include expansion across Europe and acquisitions to strengthen and complement our core services. We are looking for talented, driven people to help us realise the vision for the company.”
The firm has seen massive growth in demand for its services since the outbreak of Covid-19, particularly in its key growth target markets which include food, pharma, retail and financial services sectors who process or store mission-critical data. Unlike its well-known competitors, Stryve guarantees data sovereignty from its private data centre in Cork.
“This gives invaluable reassurance to Stryve clients,” Andrew continued. “Most big-name competitors use public cloud. Stryve’s fully private secure cloud solution is completely protected by its own security operations centre.
“Public cloud servers are available to members of the public to access and therefore cannot ever be as secure as private cloud. Owning our own private cloud means Stryve can guarantee data sovereignty.”
The company was formed in 2018 and doubled its turnover in 2019 and is on track to add 30 per cent in 2020.
It currently supports businesses in over 20 countries with a combined turnover in excess of €21billion, and the company’s ambitious plans include setting up a central European sales office and expanding its services across the continent.
By Stephen Larkin
Published: 4 November, 2020