New jobs promised for Galway as two IT companies merge

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Two Irish IT companies have announced today that they will merge, promising to create new jobs in Galway.

Intuity Technologies which has its HQ in Galway and myITdepartment, a Roscommon-based company, will join together bringing the combined team to 85 professionals.

It is the latest step in a strategic growth plan for Intuity Technologies which will see new jobs created as the team expands and the customer base diversifies.

The merger sees two like-minded businesses come together to cater to the increasing needs and higher level of services required of a post-COVID business customer.

Together, the two businesses will deliver Managed IT, Managed Print, Business Solutions and Cyber Security solutions for SMEs throughout Ireland.

Speaking at the announcement, CEO of Intuity Technologies, Gerard Cox said: “I recognise in Seamus Quinn and myITdepartment shared values along with a shared ambition and desire for innovation and growth.

“Together we can provide a larger scale, more agile and technically sophisticated solution for all of our clients and continue to invest in emerging technologies and best in class solutions.

“Our knowledge and expertise combined is incomparable and we look forward to continuing to grow our diverse teams, creating new job opportunities as we continue to expand.”

Seamus Quinn who now joins the new leadership team at Intuity Technologies agreed, saying that the team is very excited about the merger.

“With this development we are investing and building consolidation in a marketplace which, with dispersed workforces needs a strong, reliable, broad ranging IT provider with people on the ground nationwide.

“I am excited for us to begin developing this together and to establishing our position as that provider,” he said.

With over forty years in the industry, Intuity Technologies has enjoyed fast-paced growth in recent years, having acquired tec support, a Galway based IT company, in 2014 and Office Technologies, a Dublin based MSP, in 2019.