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RoviSys Embarks on Expansion: Unveils New Dublin Office in Ireland

RoviSys, a premier provider of automation and information solutions, proudly announces the opening of its newest office in Dublin, Ireland. Strategically positioned in the heart of Europe, this expansion underscores a commitment to growth and its dedication to serving clients across the European Union.

The new office in Dublin marks a significant milestone in the RoviSys strategic vision for expansion, particularly within Ireland and the broader EU market. With a team of seven dedicated engineers already in place and 65 employees across Europe, RoviSys aims to bolster its presence by targeting a remarkable 200% growth in Ireland over the next 18 months. By the conclusion of 2025, the company plans to employ up to 30 professionals in Ireland, further solidifying its foothold in the region.

Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Peter Burke said, “Congratulations to RoviSys and all the team in Dublin on the opening of their new office. RoviSys’s innovative solutions to automation will complement Ireland’s thriving technology sector immensely. It is very exciting news that they have chosen Dublin as a location for their expansion within the EU. They will have an abundance of talented engineering professionals here to fill positions as they grow. Best wishes to RoviSys and team on this new chapter.”

“Our expansion into Dublin represents an exciting chapter for RoviSys as we deepen our commitment to serving clients throughout Europe,” remarked Matthew Wise, President, RoviSys Europe. “With Ireland’s vibrant technological landscape and strategic position within the EU, we are confident that our presence in Dublin, combined with our Netherlands office location, will enable us to better serve our clients, drive innovation, and expand our reach across diverse industries.”

In addition to geographical expansion, the RoviSys growth strategy is focused on cultivating new and lasting partnerships within the local business community. The company looks forward to collaborating with businesses, organisations, and institutions in Dublin and beyond, contributing to the region’s advancement and reinforcing its reputation as a leader in industrial technology.

(Source: IDA Ireland)

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