Expansion pays off for VMware
International technology firm VMware has recorded a massive increase in revenue and profits at its Cork operation after an expansion in 2007.
International technology firm VMware has recorded a massive increase in revenue and profits at its Cork operation after an expansion in 2007. The Irish unit of the US software company had turnover of $565.8 million in 2007 and made a pre-tax profit of $13.2 million, according to new figures filed at the Companies Registration Office. In 2006, it had turnover of $131.5 million and profits of $3.7 million.
In February 2007,VMware announced plans to expand the Irish operation, creating 369 jobs at...
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