Payslip to create more than 150 jobs after raising €8.3m from investors
Mayo-based payroll technology company, Payslip, has secured €8.3 million in investment and is to use the funding to create more than 150 jobs.
Chief executive Fidelma McGuirk told The Irish Times the fintech is looking to hire for a range of positions in Westport, where the company has its headquarters, and Dublin. Among the roles being advertised are software developers, integrations engineers, customer project managers, solution architects, tech support specialists, project managers and customer success managers.
Founded by Ms McGuirk in 2015, Payslip provides software that simplifies and reduces the costs of managing a global payroll for businesses with employees in multiple jurisdictions.
The company, whose customers include LogMeIn and Airbus, solves a range of payroll-related problems for clients, including data standardisation and automation, reporting and analytics, and compliance.
Ms McGuirk said more than 60 of the new roles are already being advertised, with the rest to be filled over the next year.
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