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.
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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