An Irish technology firm has announced 150 new jobs for Dublin.
Intercom, a software company that produces a messaging platform for businesses, will create the positions over the next 12 months.
This will bring its Irish headcount to over 400 by the end of 2022.
The company also has offices in San Francisco, London, Chicago and Sydney - with expectations it will employ around 1,000 people globally by the end of next year.
The Dublin office has served as Intercom's R&D headquarters since their founding in 2011.
The company is supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland.
A majority of the new roles are across engineering, product design, product management, research and data science
Co-founder Des Traynor says: "The heart and soul of our product innovation is in Ireland and we invest a massive amount of time and resources into the entire team.
"Intercom offers unique, career-defining opportunities, and the ability to not only make a measurable impact from day one, but also positively impact the growing Irish tech scene."
Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland, says: "Intercom's creation of 150 new jobs across a number of business functions is testament to the company's ongoing commitment to Ireland.
"The R&D activity carried out by the growing team is central to the delivery of innovative solutions for the company and illustrates the tech talent available here."
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar says: "Intercom has been one of the most influential companies in Irish tech over the last 10 years, showing other startups they can build world-class products locally and expand internationally.
"This announcement is a further sign of Intercom’s commitment to Ireland, and I wish the team every success as they expand their team in 2022."
Over 25,000 companies use Intercom - including Amazon and Microsoft.
Intercom will move into a new Dublin office on Earlsfort Terrace in early 2023.