Irish Software Company Enterpryze Create 200 New Jobs

Irish software company Enterpryze will create 200 new jobs in Dublin over the next three years after the release of  their new affordable web and mobile based platform for SMEs.

The Dublin based company provide a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform which uses SAP technology.

Enterpryze was founded by former EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalist Morgan Browne in 2008.

Traditionally, the global lead software which Enterpryze provide has been available only for larger scale companies due to the expense involved. However, Mr Browne said Enterpryze is intending to “democratise” ERP by making it more widely available.

“If you look at the traditional cost of an SAP application then you’re talking about a minimum of €10,000 to €15,000 for a company. Now we can deliver a five-user mini-ERP solution for €149 per month,” said Mr Browne.

“For the first time we can give somebody access to an ERP system from beginning to end through a mobile device, meaning that someone can effectively run their entire business through a smartphone,” he added.

Luis Murguia, Global Head of SAP Business One said: “Enterpryze, powered with SAP Business One, will bring the Digital Economy to the small business in a simple and affordable way. It’s a true game changer.”

Recruitment for the new roles, which include jobs in sales, customer service, technical support and development, is already under way at the firm’s headquarters in Cherrywood, Dublin.

Following the launch of its partnership with multinational firm SAP earlier this year, Enterpryze is eyeing fast international expansion. The company plan to obtain 1 million users of their platform within the next four years.

Enterpryze’s expansion is supported by Enterprise Ireland

Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor expressed her support for Enterprze : “I very much welcome the announcement  that Enterpryze are creating 200 new jobs. This is great news from a very young and rapidly expanding company.   Enterpryze is a model of the type of company that can emerge from the indigenous sector.  Home grown entrepreneurs are the backbone of this economy and, with the support of Enterprise Ireland, can start-up and expand and export while creating sustainable jobs.   I want to congratulate Enterprise Ireland for their work with this company, especially through the R&D stage and wish the Enterpryze team every success for their bright future.”