Trans­port tech com­pany Init to create 20 jobs

Irish Independent - Business Week - - FRONT PAGE -

INIT is to hire up to 20 for its new soft­ware de­vel­op­ment cen­tre in Maynooth, Co Kil­dare.

The sup­plier of IT so­lu­tions for pub­lic trans­port has con­sol­i­dated its pres­ence in Ire­land, with its first op­er­a­tions cen­tre out­side of Germany. The com­pany, which pro­vides in­te­grated plan­ning, sched­ul­ing, telem­at­ics and tick­et­ing sys­tems for buses, trams and trains, wants to tap into Ire­land’s soft­ware ecosys­tem and ser­vice English­s­peak­ing mar­kets.

The highly skilled roles will be cre­ated in soft­ware de­vel­op­ment.

Min­is­ter for Busi­ness, En­ter­prise and In­no­va­tion Heather Humphreys said that, with its fast-grow­ing econ­omy, Ire­land is an “ideal” lo­ca­tion for the com­pany.

Among Init’s projects here was the de­liv­ery of an in­te­grated ITS so­lu­tion for Dublin Bus to man­age its ser­vices across the city. The sys­tem also pro­vides a re­al­time feed in the Na­tional Trans­port Au­thor­ity’s pas­sen­ger in­for­ma­tion in­fra­struc­ture.

Heather Humphreys said Ire­land is ideal for Init

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