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Founders of Aspira Pat Lucey and Colum Horgan with Taoiseach Micheál Martin at the announcement. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Irish-owned consulting and technology company Aspira has announced plans to create 40 new high-level jobs at the official opening of its new headquart(...)

Pictured pre-pandemic at Aspira’s mainland Europe headquarters in Amsterdam are (l-r) Aspira Group CEO Pat Lucey and Aspira managing director Europe Peter Ryan.

Irish-owned consulting and technology company Aspira has announced the opening of its Asia-Pacific regional headquarters in Malaysia and the expansion(...)

Good project managers can be worth their weight in gold to an organisation in terms of helping to manage costs, improve efficiencies and raise customer and stakeholder satisfaction.

Projects going pear-shaped make good reality television. Their combination of sulks, obduracy, hissy fits and naked ambition are often compulsive view(...)

Pat Lucey: ‘My only regret is not doing it all sooner.’

After Pat Lucey and his colleague Colum Horgan were made redundant in early 2007, they decided to set up their own IT company. “I remember when I was(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald set out his party’s plans for the justice system. Phoitograph: Collins

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has moved to reassure the public that Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan will be given the resources to combat gangland crime a(...)

Aspira said that in addition to acquiring B-Tec Solutions, it is to invest heavily in enterprise IT services over the next two years

Irish-owned technology firm Aspira is to create 50 high-tech jobs as it announced it has acquired rival B-Tec Solutions for €1.5 million. The group, (...)