10gen Announce 60 New Posts

10gen, the MongoDB company, is looking to hire 60 people as part of its plan to set up a customer and technical support centre at its EMEA headquarters in Dublin.

The five year plan will effectively more than double the presence of the company in the region over that time. By the end of this year, 10gen will have a team of over 20 staff at its headquarters.

10gen is the developer behind the high-performance, open source, document-oriented database system called MongoDB. This database platform allows for faster and easier integration of data across multiple applications, which is increasingly in demand from companies needing to manage large volumes of data efficiently. The company will be seeking skilled technology experts such as support engineers and developers, as well as sales, HR, legal and finance personnel to help support the growing MongoDB user base across Europe.

Joe Morrissey, VP EMEA at 10gen said: "We chose Ireland as the location for our EMEA HQ and expansion as it offers direct access to a highly-skilled and innovative workforce and a pro-business environment. There is also the potential to partner with many leading multinational companies in order to grow our European business."


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