Sunday 19 November 2017

Doors swing open for innovation and ideas

The Accenture Analytics Innovation Centre officially opened its doors for business yesterday, following last year's announcement that it would create 100 new highly-skilled positions at Grand Canal Plaza in Dublin. At the opening were Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Minister Richard Bruton; Edel Lynch, senior executive, Accenture Ireland; and Barry O'Leary, IDA chief executive
The Accenture Analytics Innovation Centre officially opened its doors for business yesterday, following last year's announcement that it would create 100 new highly-skilled positions at Grand Canal Plaza in Dublin. At the opening were Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Minister Richard Bruton; Edel Lynch, senior executive, Accenture Ireland; and Barry O'Leary, IDA chief executive

THE Accenture Analytics Innovation Centre officially opened its doors for business yesterday, following last year's announcement that it would create 100 new highly-skilled positions in Ireland.

Located at Grand Canal Plaza in Dublin, the centre is backed by IDA Ireland and will form part of a wider Accenture global network of nine innovation centres dedicated to the demonstration, research & development and delivery of predictive analytics.

At the opening in Dublin were Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Minister Richard Bruton; Edel Lynch, senior executive, Accenture Ireland; and Barry O'Leary, IDA chief executive. Shane O'Neill/Fennells

Irish Independent

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