Dublin’s Silicon Docks is the centre of Ireland’s thriving tech scene, home to high-tech brands Google, Facebook, and Twitter, and waves of on-point startups. The city leads global innovation in embedded tech and was predicted by Intel to become the first “Internet of Things City.”
Tech workers are drawn to Dublin’s triple threat: challenging tech projects, desirable lifestyle gains, and impactful innovation. Perhaps Dublin’s biggest draw is that it strikes arguably the best lifestyle balance of all tech hubs; in fact, a recent report found that Irish employees are the happiest in Europe and the 4th happiest in the world.
Interested in joining an A-list digital company in Dublin? To help you navigate your options, Indeed has put together a list of 25 hiring-now tech companies in Dublin.
Artomatix is an AI and machine learning game designing app.
Asavie provides next-gen enterprise mobility management and IoT connectivity solutions.
Aylien is a text analysis tool that uses deep learning and NLP algorithms to extract meaning and insight from textual and visual content.
Bizimply’s platform provides virtual scheduling and attendance management for employers.
Bloomberg PolarLake delivers improved data quality, cost management, business process control, and data governance.
CarTrawler connects customers and travel companies to ground-based transport solutions around the globe.
DAQRI makes augmented reality wearable tech.
DIGIT makes cross-platform games.
FoodCloud redistributes extra food to feed the hungry through innovative technology.
Guidewire makes modern software for P&C insurers.
HubSpot makes marketing software that increases traffic, converts leads, and proves ROI.
Intercom makes solutions for sales, marketing, and support teams to communicate with customers, connected on one platform.
Kitman Labs is a sports technology company offering the world’s first athlete optimization system as a cloud-based service.
MongoDB is a software company that develops and provides commercial support for the open source database MongoDB, a NoSQL database that stores data in JSON-like documents with flexible schemas.
Openet provides software solutions and consulting services to enable service providers to better engage with their customers.
Qualtrics makes sophisticated research simple and empowers users to capture customer, product, brand, and employee experience insights in one place.
Riot Games develops high-quality games and services enjoyed by tens of millions of players around the world.
S3 Group provides software to operators, OEMs, semiconductors, and healthcare providers.
Storyful is a social content company that combines proprietary technology and digital-native journalism to discover, verify, and acquire user generated content across platforms.
StoryToys makes digital books and apps for kids that combine stories and activities with illustration, design, and the interactivity and engagement of games.
Tenable transforms security technology by providing continuous visibility, eliminating blind spots, and reducing exposure and loss.
Udemy is an online learning and teaching marketplace with over 45,000 courses and 15 million students.
Workday provides software to unify applications into one, seamless system for better business performance.
Zalando is an online fashion platform.