Tuesday 6 December 2016

Software association looking for awards input from Irish tech sector

Published 01/09/2016 | 02:30

Pictured at the launch were Adrian Mullett, head of technology sector, Bank of Ireland; John MacNamara, manager, software department, Enterprise Ireland; Catherine Guy, managing partner, ByrneWallace; Paul Sweetman, director, ISA; and Cronan McNamara, ceo, Creme Global, chair of the ISA. Photo: Gary O’Neill
Pictured at the launch were Adrian Mullett, head of technology sector, Bank of Ireland; John MacNamara, manager, software department, Enterprise Ireland; Catherine Guy, managing partner, ByrneWallace; Paul Sweetman, director, ISA; and Cronan McNamara, ceo, Creme Global, chair of the ISA. Photo: Gary O’Neill

The Irish Software Association (ISA), the Ibec representative group for Irish technology companies, yesterday launched the 2016 ISA Software Industry Awards.

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The ISA, alongside Award Gold Sponsors Bank of Ireland, ByrneWallace and Enterprise Ireland, is urging all Irish software and digital technology companies to submit their own entries for the awards by September 30.

Entry is free and not restricted.

To submit an entry visit: www.software.ie/awards. The awards will take place in the Mansion House in Dublin on November 25 next.

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