Cover Story: Upping the ante

After nearly 30 years in business, PFH remains one of Cork’s strongest home-grown success stories.

6th April, 2014
Paul Hourican, chief executive of PFH: ‘I’m trying to move people away from having a technology discussion.’

Starting out as a one-man business in 1985, PFH now has 235 staff across offices in Cork, Dublin, and Galway. Paul Hourican, founder and chief executive of the firm, has changed his role in recent years to look at the business on a macro level. One of the key areas he is looking to develop is how his staff communicate with customers. The existing process, in Hourican's eyes, is too convoluted for clients.

''What I'm trying to...

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