Thursday October 1, 2020

Sláinte Technologies on course to break even

Irish healthcare software firm Sláinte Technologies is on course to triple revenues this year, after launching a new product and taking its first steps into the North American market, writes Emma Kennedy.

11th April, 2009

Andrew Murphy, the firm’s chief executive, said it had generated revenues of about €450,000 last year and expected to have sales of €1.5million this year. ‘‘We will break even later this year,” he said.

The company, which has its headquarters in Dublin, was established in 2006. It was founded by Murphy, a former senior manager with Henkel Ireland, and Irish entrepreneur and investor David Nash.

Since then, the firm has...

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