Company engineers solutions to protect mobile devices and data

20th January, 2019
William Fitzgerald, chief executive of Inhance Technology

The decision by mobile phone company Motorola to shut its Cork plant in 2007 proved a significant turning point for Blackrock company Inhance Technology. The closure resulted in the loss of 300 jobs, boosting the availability of skilled engineering candidates in the local market.

Co-founder and chief executive William Fitzgerald said: “We had started out two years earlier as a physical tagging business, recovering lost items like keys and mobile phones. It was when we managed to...

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