Irish firm launches €250k cloud-based accounts package

A document and information management provider in Ireland is partnering with a British software firm to launch a new cloud-based accounts payable product for the home market.

24th March, 2013
Christine Whyte, UK partner manager with ReadSoft and Paul Kearns, managing director of Kefron.

A document and information management provider in Ireland is partnering with a British software firm to launch a new cloud-based accounts payable product for the home market.

Kefron is investing €250,000 in the agreement with ReadSoft, which will make software from the Milton Keynes-based firm available in the Irish market for the first time.

Paul Kearns, managing director of Kefron, said the move would make his the only information management company in Ireland to offer...

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