Sunday May 31, 2020

Building the backup for a successful website

On the surface, looks like a simple business that anyone could design, but it hides a vastly complex system that has faced and overcome a number of challenges, writes Quinton O’Reilly

5th March, 2017
Mick Crean of MicksGarage

Having launched back in 2004 with his brother, Mick Crean has seen grow into one of the biggest sites for car parts in Ireland, having over seven million car parts listed. Crean started it after he was made unemployed and his interest in car parts saw him identify a niche which combined it with IT.

Now it has also expanded into Britain and has plans to launch a redesigned site — both for desktop...

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