Wednesday September 23, 2020

Dublin firm in deals worth €50m

After a change of direction during the dotcom bust, Information Mosaic is now reaping the benefits of investing in R&D, writes Ian Kehoe.

7th October, 2006

Information Mosaic, the Dublin financial software firm, has won contracts valued at more than €50 million in the first nine months of this year.

John Byrne, the company’s chief executive, said the firm had signed deals with ten large private banks and international securities operations. The average value of each deal was €5 million over a seven-year period, he said.

The company’s new clients include ING, the Dutch insurance conglomerate; JP Morgan Chase,...

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