AN IRISH digital firm confirmed 100 new jobs as it reaped the benefits of the boom in remote working because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Taoiseach Michael Martin announced the jobs as he toured the Workvivo facility in Douglas, Cork.
The high end jobs come after a dramatic increase in user numbers for the digital platform firm.
Workvivo has experienced 200pc growth in user numbers with their customers now spanning 47 countries.
Some 40pc of its customer base has joined the platform since March.
Workvivo currently employs 35 staff but predicts its workforce will grow to 135 within the next three years as businesses adapt to a new future of communication and engagement with their employees.
The firm’s platform helps businesses to connect with staff across multiple sites and enables those businesses to engage these employees.
Workvivo’s customers in Ireland include Woodies, Trigon Hotels, Bus Éireann, Irish Rail and UCC.