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Software company gets set to go global Tech platform a springboard for success

19th May, 2019
Noel O’Regan, managing director of Pemac Picture: Clare Keogh

Irish-owned software company Pemac is gearing up for international expansion, having invested several million euro in a new web-based computer maintenance management platform for the pharmaceutical, food and beverage sectors.

The Cork company is believed to have ploughed in the region of €4 million into developing the platform over six years with support from state agency Enterprise Ireland.

Pemac’s managing director Noel O’Regan established the company in 2009, having acquired a division of project management...

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