Altada growth continues with opening of new Dublin office

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Dublin, Ireland, 23rd June 2022: Ireland’s leading AI specialist joined by Minister Michael McGrath and Enterprise Ireland to mark the official opening of a new Dublin base. Now with offices in six countries, Altada’s rapid growth trajectory is gathering pace. 

Altada Technology Solutions (‘Altada’), a Cork-based firm providing artificial intelligence (AI) solutions that supercharge data-driven decision making in the financial services, travel/security and healthcare sectors, has opened a new Dublin office in St. Stephen’s Green. 

In addition to its corporate headquarters in Cork, Ireland, the new office space will double Altada’s office footprint in Ireland and support the company’s overall growth strategy. The new office space provides capacity for engineering, legal, sales, marketing and leadership functions, and comes as a natural next step as the company continues to expand internationally.

“We are delighted to celebrate the opening of our new office in Dublin to accommodate our rapid growth and future expansion plans.” Allan Beechinor, Altada Co-Founder & CEO said regarding the company’s new office in Dublin. “While we will remain headquartered in Cork, we are excited to be expanding our presence in Ireland’s capital city and are optimistic about the opportunities Dublin brings in terms of recruitment and new business.”  

The strategic opening of Altada’s new Dublin hub follows office openings in Delhi, India, and San Francisco, USA, earlier this year.  Altada currently has offices in six countries across the world, and plans to continue expanding further afield as they bring their solutions to customers across the globe. 

The opening of Altada’s office in Dublin was celebrated as part of an intimate event in the new Dublin 2 office space on Wednesday afternoon, with Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath, and Jennifer Melia, Technology and Services Division Manager, Enterprise Ireland, and key members of the technology and AI community in attendance. 

Welcoming the announcement Minister Michael McGrath, said, “I wish to congratulate Altada Technology Solutions for the opening of their new office in Dublin City Centre. I have no doubt that Dublin can play a significant role in supporting the growth of the business and that its rich talent pool will allow Altada to hire across key business units.”

Jennifer Melia, Technology and Services Division Manager, Enterprise Ireland said, “The opening of its new state of the art office in Dublin and the announcement of the creation of new jobs for the region marks an exciting milestone for Altada. Enterprise Ireland is focused on supporting the development of Irish companies to achieve leading positions in global markets. We have  worked closely with Altada since it was established, and we are proud to support the company with its expansion across the Irish market and beyond.”


Founded in 2017, Altada is a global provider of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions that supercharge data-driven decision making in the financial services, travel/security and healthcare markets. The company’s Data Intelligence Platform integrates the first AI engine that leverages optical character recognition (OCR) and natural language processing (NLP) to analyze large volumes of structured and unstructured data, enabling users to not only make sense of their information but to also gain meaningful market insights that drive competitive advantage. Altada is headquartered in Cork, Ireland, and operates 13 offices across Europe, the US and Asia, including Dublin, Malta, London, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Delhi. Privately-held, Altada is backed by venture investment from Rocktop Partners, Elkstone Partners and Enterprise Ireland. To learn more, please visit



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