Brite:Bill to Create 100 Dublin Jobs

23 January 2015 – Dublin based Communication company Brite:Bill announced it’s expansion yesterday.  The enterprise, a DublinBIC assisted startup, recently won a number of multimillion contracts in North America and as a result is beginning a major recruitment drive.  Brite:Bill Chief Executive Alan Coleman said the jobs would be key to supporting the company’s rapid growth.

Founded in Dublin in 2010, Brite:Bill makes communication software that helps its clients improve their billing systems and present bills to their customers in a more personalised manner.

Over the next two years, it will take on 100 new software developers, system architects and project managers to complement its existing 65 staff.

There will be 75 based in its new Dublin headquarters with the balance in its North American offices.

Brite:Bill has been supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland.

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton welcomed the announcement, saying it was a great example of the type of company the Government is trying to help to win sales abroad.

Source: RTE News