Ergo invests €2 million in digital application platform

11th February, 2018
John Purdy, chief executive of Ergo Pic: Maura Hickey

Ergo, the Irish-owned software firm that last week announced plans to create 100 jobs, has invested €2 million in the development of a digital application platform.

The company is using the technology in collaboration with Epilepsy Ireland, Royal College of Surgeons and Beaumont Hospital as part of Lighthouse Project e-health initiative.

Its digital application platform is used by people with epilepsy to record information, with the aim of improving individual and community care.

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