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Swiss Tech company Travizory open new Development Centre in Letterkenny

Travizory Border Security SA, a Swiss technology company facilitating seamless, secure digital border-crossing experiences for governments and travellers, has opened a development centre in Letterkenny, Co Donegal. Travizory plan to add 30 staff in Ireland by 2024 to support their rapidly growing business.

Travizory has opened an office in CoLab within the Atlantic Technological University campus, Letterkenny, Co Donegal. Recruitment is already underway and a core team has been established. The company is now looking to grow the team and is interested in hearing from talented and motivated people in software devops, cloud computing, cybersecurity and machine learning. The company is also interested in deepening ties with the excellent universities in Ireland and providing opportunities for both students and graduates.

A market-leader in border security solutions, Travizory’s innovative SaaS approach and commercial model are helping to redefine the sector. Travizory’s solutions enable governments to digitize their borders, making them safer and more secure from terrorism and transnational crime, while also delivering a world-class travel experience that exceeds UN and ICAO standards.

Image Caption: Barry McLaughlin, Morgan Jorgensen, Garry Kelly,  and Michelle Conaghan, IDA Ireland © IDA Ireland

Barry McLaughlin, who leads the Letterkenny Development Centre, said: “Travizory is delighted to see how quickly we have been able to develop a fully-fledged operation out of our offices in Donegal. A true testament to our local Irish talent, we’ve been able to build a world-class team over the past year, and together we are pushing the limits of border security technology and completely redefining the travel experience. By creating these new roles, we hope to find new innovators who we can nurture, support and grow along with the company. This is a really exciting time for us, and we’re looking forward to continued investment and growth in Ireland, and around the world.”

Travizory's news was part of a larger IDA jobs announcement. Making today’s announcement An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar TD said “This is brilliant news. 241 jobs spread across eight companies in Dublin, Galway, Limerick and Letterkenny and in a range of sectors. It’s a testament to our highly-qualified and talented workforce. I’m really impressed with the high growth potential of these companies and wish them every success as they continue to grow their business here in Ireland.”

Commenting on the announcement, Martin Shanahan CEO, IDA Ireland said “I am delighted to welcome these new companies to Ireland. I particularly welcome the locational spread of these investments which shows that the technology offering, availability of talent and attractive work life balance in the regions resonates with overseas investors.”

“Our value proposition and our agile and adaptable business environment remains attractive to high growth companies. These companies choose Ireland as the location from which to serve and grow their customer base due to Ireland’s established track record as a tech hub in Europe. IDA Ireland continues to compete strongly for every investment won for Ireland. I wish all of these companies well and look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with each of them,” added Martin Shanahan.

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