Enterprise business software company JD Edwards is opening a European software replication and distribution centre in Dublin, Ireland, to improve the support it can offer to its international customers.
A spokesperson said the European, Middle East and Africa region had contributed between 35 per cent and 37 per cent of its total revenue for the last three years.
"With the new facility, we will be able to provide more timely software shipments to our customers, minimising the overall shipping time," he said.
The Dublin facility will initially employ eight people to manage the computer operations, order verification, documentation and software distribution. Sales support will be provided by Software Resource, a JD Edwards business partner in Ireland.
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