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IT jobs boost

DUBLIN-based software company Celtrino has plans to double its employees to 50 as it expands internationally.

The firm provides software for pricing, ordering, delivering, accounts payable and accounts receivable. Celtrino's managing director Ken Halpin has called on the Government to support the rollout of electronic supply chain administration in line with plans for our "smart economy".

A recent European Commission study estimates that companies using electronic and automated invoice processes can achieve savings of 80pc over their postal counterparts.