Tech veteran Annrai O’Toole, centre.   After co-founding two very successful companies – Iona Technologies and Cape Clear Software –  he went on to lead the Irish operation of Workday for 10 years

Having achieved the kind of success that most entrepreneurs can only dream of, you’d forgive Annrai O’Toole for wanting to take it easy. But that is t(...)

Tech veteran Annrai O’Toole, the chief executive and co-founder of Utmost

Utmost, a company co-founded by Irish tech veteran Annrai O’Toole, has raised $11.2 million (€10.2 million) ahead of the release of its new HR-focused(...)

A measure of success at trade shows is not just how many visitors come to your booth, but how many come back a second or third time, and bring their colleagues.

What is the best way to get noticed? Spring is a prime time for trade conferences. Among many others, Mobile World Congress has just been held in Bar(...)

Logical Clocks co-founder Jim Dowling

Logical Clocks, a Swedish technology company co-founded by Irishman Jim Dowling, has raised €1.25 million from investors that include Dublin-based Fro(...)

Tech veteran Annrai O’Toole: leads Workday in Ireland which recorded a 200 per cent rise in profits in Ireland in 2016.

Workday, the HR and financial management software company led in Ireland by former Iona Technologies and Cape Clear co-founder Annrai O’Toole, recorde(...)

Adrian Trenaman: After two years in Japan, he will return to Dublin in January to take up a new role as VP of engineering leading the Gilt Tech Team.

Adrian Trenaman is CTO of Gilt Japan and has been living in Tokyo with his wife and four children for two years. Joining the American luxury flash-sal(...)

Pembroke House: let to IRB for €484 a square metre.

The International Rugby Board (IRB) is to move to a new headquarters building at 8-10 Lower Pembroke Street in Dublin 2. The organisation will be payi(...)

Prof Brian Fitzgerald: “There is a ‘get rich quick’ model where everyone wants to sell the company for 40 million rather than try and go to the next level.” Photograph: Sean Curtin

A report from the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre was launched this week that highlights how a global skills shortage is threatening one of(...)

Kevin Melia: taught the worth of valuing the workforce and of cohesion in a multinational and multicultural environment. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Kevin Melia, who has died in his adopted home of Massachusetts aged 67, was a phenomenally successful Irish entrepreneur who used his experience in th(...)

Kevin Melia: was twice chairman of Iona Technologies

Wicklow-born businessman and technology executive Kevin Melia died on Tuesday in the United States after a short illness, aged 67. Mr Melia was best (...)

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