Version 1 on €50m acquisitions trail

Irish IT services company Version 1 plans to spend Euro 50 million on acquisitions over the next five years as part of its growth strategy.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
10th November, 2013

Irish IT services company Version 1 plans to spend €50 million on acquisitions over the next five years as part of its growth strategy.

The first of these purchases was announced on Thursday, with the acquisition of British firm Forest from Tieto, a Europe-wide IT services company.

Version 1's chief executive Justin Keatinge told The Sunday Business Post that the moves are being made as part of a plan to become Ireland's first €1 billion IT...

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