Irish IT project management provider Daysha Consulting is to create 15 new jobs as part of a €1.5 million expansion plan.
The positions, which will primarily be based in Dublin, are for IT project management experts, business analysts and technical architects. The 15 new positions will bring the company’s total team in Ireland to 40.
Daysha said the €1.5 million investment is being raised from retained earnings and bank finance. It will support expansion of the business and the development of its Project Management as a Service (PMaaS) offering.
Brendan O’Reilly, managing director of Daysha, said the traditional project management model has been to hire a senior project manager for the duration of the project.
“We are disrupting this market with our PMaaS service, by optimising the allocation of expertise through a service-level model. Rather than buying the services of an individual, you are buying the services of a firm that has all the specialist knowledge you will require over the lifetime of your project.”
He said the new model will provide businesses with a great degree of flexibility in terms of resources and can reduce the cost of IT project management by as much as 25 per cent.
“PMaaS removes the risks associated with reliance on a single individual for the duration of a project and ensures the right capabilities can be provided at any stage of a project lifecycle.”
Daysha provides IT programme and project management services to clients such asIBM, Zurich Insurance, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Enterprise Ireland. It has had continued strong growth since 2010 and it is expected to achieve 25 per cent revenue growth in 2014.
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