CHARLOTTE, NC—April 9, 2018 —Plans for SentryOne international expansion are on track with a new Irish subsidiary, SentryOne EMEA, opening in Dublin City Centre this month. The SentryOne EMEA team will manage sales as well as customer and channel support for European, Middle Eastern, and African operations.  [READ MORE]

Why Ireland? Ireland is an ideal market for new expansion thanks to favorable corporate taxes, availability of multilingual professionals and use of the euro as currency. With an already significant customer base in the EU, our domestic support and sales teams had been stretched thinly to accommodate different times zones. With the establishment of an Irish subsidiary, SentryOne minted a passport for doing business within the European Union. It was a logical next step for SentryOne.

“My experience working in the technology sector in Ireland over the years has shown me that there’s not a better location from which to base our EMEA sales and service efforts,” said Bob Potter, SentryOne CEO. “Ireland has a great reputation as a location for high-growth companies.”

Shortly after the expansion was announced, SentryOne was highlighted in a major media event in Dublin about high-growth companies. The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland organized the event which included an address by Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business Enterprise and Innovation for Ireland.  [READ MORE]

A few weeks later, SentryOne participated in an Economic Growth Talks panel hosted by the Charlotte Chamber. Michael D’Arcy, minister of state at the Department of Finance in Ireland, was the keynote speaker. Douglas McDowell, SentryOne Chief Strategy Officer, represented SentryOne at both events: “There are obvious tax, language and time zone advantages that go along with opening an international office in Ireland,” said McDowell. “But without the right talent, no company can grow its business. In Ireland we have identified a large pool of technology talent we believe will propel our growth in the Eurozone.” [READ MORE]

The amazing technology presence and the ready-made, highly educated international workforce made Ireland an easy choice. SentryOne EMEA is located at the WeWork Iveaugh Court in Dublin with easy access via light rail (Luas Line) to the new Microsoft campus in Leopardstown.