Prometric is the recipient of the 2013 Louth Business Award for ‘Best New Business Under 3 Years’ for its investment and engagement in Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland, establishing a world-class test development and operations hub to support clients globally. The award is sponsored by the Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT), a leading university in the region, and the annual event is hosted by the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce and Argus newspaper.
(Front: Martina Shevlin and Ursula Noone from Homecare Medical Supplies; Back: Cormac Allen (Dundalk Shipping Ltd), Clive Friary (iCreate Digital Media Academy), Paddy Matthews, President of Dundalk Chamber, Holly Dance (Prometric), Mario McBlain (DKIT) and Phillip Allen from Dundalk Shipping Ltd)
“Prometric is deeply appreciative of County Louth, Ireland, the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce and DkIT for recognizing our dedication to having a world-class operation in this community. While we might have brought the jobs, Dundalk and County Louth brought the talent. We have hired several DkIT graduates, as well as those from other universities, and we have been impressed by the skill level of staff and the drive and passion they have to achieve results,” said Holly Dance, Vice President of Test Development Operations for Prometric.
Prometric maintains corporate offices in Dundalk and Dublin, with test sites available in all 26 Irish counties.
For a complete list of 2013 Louth Business Awards winners, visit their website.
Two years, ago, Prometric announced plans to open a world class operations center in Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland. In that time, Prometric has created more than 100 jobs and invested more than $4 million in human resources and capital.
Roles based in Dundalk include executive leadership, test publishing, business development, operations, software engineering, business and systems analysis, project management, human resources, finance and graphic design and accounting.