IDA Ireland and the Department of Enterprise Trade and Employment, welcomed the opening of ‘Salesforce Tower’ in Dublin city centre. This urban campus of four interconnected buildings located on North Wall Quay within Dublin’s vibrant Silicon Docks, will be Salesforce’s largest office in EMEA.
Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney TD said, “the Salesforce Tower represents a significant investment by the company in Ireland. Salesforce are a key employer in Ireland with over 20 years of success here to date.”
“I am pleased to see that Ireland remains an important part of Salesforce’s strategy in the EMEA region. This building itself is a state-of-the-art development with energy efficient tenets at its core. I hope that the entire Salesforce team are happy here for years to come.”
Dónal Travers, Head of Technology, IDA Ireland said, “Salesforce has been a pioneer of the software as a service model, and since its arrival here in 2001, Ireland has played a central role in the company’s international growth. This opening of ‘Salesforce Tower’ in Dublin city centre further deepens this commitment to Ireland and the new urban campus will provide the company with the potential to expand its operations even further, strengthening Ireland’s role as an EMEA cloud computing hub.”
Ronan Group is delivering the greenest Salesforce Tower in the world at Spencer Place. Overlooking the River Liffey at the reimagined Spencer Dock, this new urban campus of four interconnected buildings will be powered by 100 per cent renewable energy.
Source: IDA Ireland