Kainos eyeing up lucrative British healthcare market

Despite a shortage of Irish graduates, the Belfast-based software firm is hoping to exploit a resumption of IT spending in the British healthcare sector, writes Dick O’Brien

26th February, 2011

After a general election campaign during which jobs was one of the main issues, it may come as a surprise to hear an Irish company complain about how difficult it is to find staff.

Yet Brendan Mooney, the chief executive of Belfast-based software firm Kainos, said that his company was still struggling to find Irish IT graduates. Mooney is not the first company boss to bemoan the low throughput of IT graduates, indicating that a...

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