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Irish retail software development company Intouch. com has announced the appointment of former Coca-Cola senior executive Francisco Crespo to its boar(...)

Amdocs is paying $180 million in cash for Openet with the deal expected to be completed before the end of the year. Photograph: iStock

Former Esat Digifone chief executive and Balderton Capital founder Barry Maloney and German tech fund Cipio Partners are the main beneficiaries of the(...)

Openet co-founder and chief executive Niall Norton.

Irish telecoms software solutions provider Openet has settled a long-running dispute with Israeli rival Amdocs over patent infringements. As part of(...)

Emer McGovern, CFO of Fenergo, and chief executive Marc Murphy pictured at the announcement of 200 new jobs in March. The Ulster Bank Diageo fund made an €11.4m profit by selling its stake in the business in 2015. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

South African bank Investec is planning to put together a new €75 million venture capital fund to support early-stage, high-growth Irish companies. (...)

Vodafone Ireland chief technology officer Madalina Suceveanu: “The new system responds directly to the needs of those using our products and services.”

Vodafone Ireland is to replace much of its existing IT infrastructure as part of a new €120 million project to provide customers with a fully converg(...)

Alongside what was happening globally, Ireland wasn’t short of its own significant deals during the year. Illustration: iStock

Possibly the most important merger of 2016 from the perspective of market impact was the one that didn’t happen. The proposed $160 billion (€150 bill(...)

Brite:Bill was founded in 2010 by Alan Coleman

Brite:Brill, a Dublin-based billing software company, has been acquired by the Israeli company AmDocs. The firm is one of three companies bought by t(...)

Kaspersky Lab’s R&D facility in Dublin  is  part of a planned $5 million investment in Ireland.

Software security firm Kaspersky Lab is to create 50 jobs in Dublin over the next three years as part of a $5 million investment in Ireland. The co(...)

Three’s investment will include the integration of its systems with the business that previously operated as O2 Ireland, which Three bought in 2014. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg.

Three is to invest €65 million in an overhaul of its technology platform, including its billing system and other functions, and in the integration of (...)

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary: results due Monday. Photograph:  EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET
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