Cloud: Largo Foods moving into the cloud

When Largo Foods decided to make the move to the cloud, it witnessed a performance gain that will allow the business to develop with confidence, writes Leslie Faughnan.

1st September, 2012
John Casey, sales director, Trilogy Technologies, Michael McGinn, IT manager, Largo Foods and Edel Creely, managing director, Trilogy Technologies.

Better known through its brands, Tayto, Hunky Dorys, King and Perri, Largo Foods is the leading snack food manufacturer and distributor in Ireland. It also exports to Britain and continental Europe and internationally as far as Australia and East Asia.

With factories in Ashbourne, Co Meath and Gweedore in the Donegal Gaeltacht, Largo employs almost 550 people and sold €96 million worth of premium snacks in 2011.

Its recent move to a virtual private cloud infrastructure came...

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