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Cut-e shaves cost of hiring staff

The company, which specialises in software programmes designed to make the recruitment process cheaper for firms, has recently secured a major global deal, writes Elaine O’Regan

21st February, 2009

A Galway company is making its mark on the global recruitment market with software tools designed to help large corporates cut the cost of hiring staff.

Loughrea firm Cut-e has secured a €200,000 deal with manufacturing giant EADS to roll out its software programmes to graduate candidates in 30 countries, using over ten languages.

Cut-e founder David Barrett said the company actively targeted sales in overseas markets, which account for 50 per cent of its business....

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