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Jinny keeps Irish roots

Jinny Software does not fit the traditional image of the average Irish software company.

27th August, 2005

Jinny Software does not fit the traditional image of the average Irish software company. It generates most of its revenue in the Middle East, has a development plant in Beirut and its chief executive operates from an office in Rome.

The company was established by Roy Zakka, a Lebanese-born businessman based in Dublin, before being sold to Acotel - an Italian quoted firm on the Milan stock exchange - for $14 million in 2001.

Despite its international...

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