WorkFusion creates 100 jobs in new Dublin office

WorkFusion, provider of intelligent automation solutions, has announced plans to open its European headquarters in Dublin.

As part of its expansion into Ireland, WorkFusion aims to add 100 new positions over the next three years.

Recruitment for the positions, which include research and development positions, data scientists, and software engineers, has already begun.

WorkFusion provides organizations with AI-powered “digital workers” capable of performing full tasks in areas such as customer service, onboarding, identity verification and account opening.

The company currently makes its technology available to companies such as banks, insurance companies and financial services organizations.

The new location is the company’s fourth physical office. The company’s headquarters are in New York, with additional offices in Warsaw, Poland and Hyderabad, India.

“Ireland has a booming technology sector and a wealth of skilled talent, as well as being ideally located as a gateway to the EU,” said Adam Famularo, Chief Executive Officer of WorkFusion.

“It also has great technical universities and as an AI company, Dublin’s focus on being the world’s AI center of excellence was an added bonus.”

The announcement was welcomed by IDA Ireland Managing Director, Martin Shanahan.

“Ireland is an ideal location from which the company can grow and expand its products and services in Europe,” he said.

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