Seabrook deal with Siemens to create eight jobs

Established in 1993, Seabrook employs 26 people at the Cork Business and Technology Park

8th November, 2015
Sean O’Sullivan, Seabrook Technology Group, with Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Robin Hancock, Siemens Pic: Gary O' Neill

Done deal:€1 million software partnership

The clincher:“Seabrook’s experience in life science industries and their significant customer base makes them an extremely attractive partner for Siemens PLM Software.” - Robin Hancock , managing director, Industry Software, Ireland and Britain, Siemens

Irish-owned software company Seabrook Technology Group will create eight jobs on foot of a €1million partnership with Siemens

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