Friday November 27, 2020

Leading the field with innovation

Technology has changed the way we work, and this year’s Best Managed Companies Awards recognise the businesses that have embraced these changes while always looking to innovate and bring the best people with them

8th March, 2020
Harry Goddard, chief executive, Deloitte Ireland. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Harnessing technology will be critical in propelling Irish business success on the world stage in the years ahead.

So says Harry Goddard, chief executive at Deloitte Ireland and one of the judges in this year’s Best Managed Companies Awards.

As technology continues to evolve, those indigenous firms that can best harness emerging capabilities – be it in robotics, for example, Artificial Intelligence or the Internet of Things – will lead the way in...

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