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Irish fintech company Fenergo has raised €66 million, a document filed with the Companies Registration Office (CRO) earlier this month shows. Photograph: iStock

Irish fintech company Fenergo has raised €66 million, a document filed with the Companies Registration Office (CRO) earlier this month shows. The fa(...)

Ergo co-founder and chief executive John Purdy

Irish IT services provider Ergo edged nearer to its €100 million revenue target last year as it recorded its best ever financial performance. The gro(...)

At the FutureNeuro SFI research centre launched at RCSI in Dublin, from left,  Prof David Henshall, professor of molecular physiology and neuroscience at RCSI and centre director for FutureNeuro; Jack Banks, PhD student at the FutureNeuro Centre; Minister for Business,  Heather Humphreys,  and Prof Mark Ferguson, director general of Science Foundation Ireland. Photograph: Julien Behal Photography

A new research centre based at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland aims to help transform the lives of 800,000 people in Ireland currently affect(...)

Fenergo chief executive Marc Murphy: “We’re looking at one or two acquisitions on a weekly basis”

Irish fintech company Fenergo is to take on an extra 300 people before the end of next March to bring total headcount to about 1,000 as it moves into (...)

FlowForma chief executive Neil Young said the fintech company expected to double its current workforce of 30 in the next two years.

FlowForma, a Dublin-based tech company spun-out of IT services group Ergo, is seeking to secure additional capital as it looks to make the most of a b(...)

Ergo co-founder and chief executive John Purdy

Irish IT services provider Ergo is to create 100 jobs locally as it looks to achieve turnover of €100 million by 2020 after reporting a €30 million hi(...)

Ergo co-founder and chief executive John Purdy: “We’ve seen considerable revenue growth in the last few years and expect it to increase again in 2018 and are currently finalising a plan to see turnover climb to about €100 million by 2020.”

Irish IT services provider Ergo is targeting turnover of €100 million by 2020 after reporting a €30 million hike in revenues last year. The Dublin c(...)

Ergo chief executive John Purdy: “We’ve got a pretty strong pipeline going into next year and see significant growth in both revenue and headcount.”

IT services provider Ergo, which has been on the acquisition trail in recent years, forecasts that revenues will hit €60 million this year with earnin(...)

The “IT Trends and Expenditure in Ireland” study shows that  IT security is considered a priority in terms of spend

Just more than half of Irish organisations expect their IT expenditure to increase next year with significant investments in big data analytics on th(...)

 Willy Kelly, managing director, Micromail; Aisling Curtis, small mid-market solutions & partner director for Microsoft Ireland; and John Purdy, chief executive, Ergo

IT services provider Ergo has bought software licensing specialist Micromail for an undisclosed sum. As part of the deal, Micromail, which is based (...)

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