The Fintech firm has announced they will be creating 110 Jobs at its new international headquarters in Limerick. The US company, which develops payment and credential software for campus environment said it will generate 110 new Fintech Jobs to develop its portfolio of products and services.
The roles will include front-end developers, back-end developers, iOS and Android developers, DevOps engineers, software engineers, data scientists, product managers, architects, scrum masters and UX designers. Staff will work in areas such as CQRS patterns, asynchronous event-based integration models, data streaming, data lakes, AI-linked analysis, de-coupled micro-service architectures and cloud-based data analytics.
Transact Campus is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. Its software is used by beyond 1,300 educational institutions representing in excess of 12m students and facilitates over $46bn in annual education-related payments. Its services include fee bill presentment and tuition and payment, student payment plans, and allowing for authorised access to campus facilities and events.
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The announcement is great new for the Fintech Jobs Market in Ireland. David Marr, CEO of Transact Campus said that, “It is with great excitement and appreciation that Transact announces our establishment of a new technology innovation centre in Limerick, representing the final and critical component of our global vision and strategy,” “We are humbled to be so warmly welcomed into the Limerick community and we thank the IDA for their meaningful partnership – without them, none of this would be possible.”
CEO of IDA Ireland, Martin Shanahan, said the investment shows that the mid-west region is an “attractive location for financial services”.
“This is really welcome news for the mid-west region where a strong financial services cluster has developed in recent years” added: Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar, TD.
More information about jobs at Transact Campus can be found on LinkedIn.
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