Dublin software firm Catalyst creates 100 new jobs

Irish software firm Catalyst announces 100 new jobs across European offices, expands presence in Ireland, UK, Italy, and Spain.

Dublin software firm Catalyst, formerly known as i3PT, has revealed plans to create 100 new jobs across its European operations

Half of the new jobs will be based in Ireland with the remainder to power growth in the UK, Italy and Spain. The business also intends to establish new locations in the US for its Obi software business.

“This expansion reflects our continued growth and the increasing demand for services and software”

Catalyst’s expansion marks an exciting milestone in the company’s journey towards becoming a global leader in the real estate and construction sectors.

Regulatory shifts

As regulatory shifts drive change towards better practices, the company aims to assist its clients in creating a greener, safer built environment.

The creation of these new positions comes in response to Catalyst’s strong growth and increasing demand for its industry-leading services. The company’s expertise in ESG, technical advisory services and digital technologies has positioned Catalyst as a trusted partner for some of the world’s largest companies and real estate investors.

“We are thrilled to announce the creation of 100 new jobs across our business,” said Catalyst CEO Eoin Leonard.

“This expansion reflects our continued growth and the increasing demand for services and software. We want to extend our deep appreciation to Enterprise Ireland for their ongoing support, guidance, and assistance in our journey to develop a thriving international business.”

The 100 new jobs will principally be distributed across Catalyst’s European offices, with significant employment opportunities arising across Ireland, London, Edinburgh, Milan, and Barcelona, amongst other new locations. These roles will span various departments, including engineering, software development, marketing, and sales.

“Catalyst is a great example of an Irish company that has gone from strength-to-strength, growing both at home and internationally,” said Jenny Melia, executive director at Enterprise Ireland.

“Today’s announcement of 100 new jobs at Catalyst is testament to the ambition and capabilities of the team. At Enterprise Ireland, we are committed to supporting Irish companies to compete and win in international markets, and we look forward to continuing to support Eoin and the team on their growth trajectory.”

Main image at top: Catalyst CEO Eoin Leonard

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