Word Perfect Translations plans to create more than 25 jobs in Dublin over this year to bring total headcount to 90.
The company also said it would create additional office space in the capital with the setup of a new office in the city centre.
The building, which will be situated in Amiens Street, will expand the company’s facilities to 3700 sq ft.
Word Perfect was founded by Jimmy Gashi and Olga Shajaku in 2002. It is the leading provider of translation and interpreting services to Public Sector and other corporate/international companies in Ireland.
More than 2,000 companies use Word Perfect Translations, including more than 75 per cent of the Government/Public Sector Bodies in Ireland. Among its clients are well-known names such as Apple, Google, Facebook and LinkedIn.