Cerebreon aims to cut insolvency paperwork

17th June, 2018
Gillian Doyle and Ken Doherty with Ben Hurley, chief executive of the NDRC, at last month’s Investor Showcase event

Data analytics start-up Cerebreon is developing technology for the insolvency sector, designed to cut paperwork and tackle high attrition rates among entry-level candidates tasked with identifying clients likely to default on bankruptcy arrangements.

The Co Donegal company was established in early 2016 by Gillian Doyle, who had worked as a management information analyst in the British insolvency sector, and her husband Ken Doherty, a numerical model engineer with a PhD in applied maths.

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