Casey hints at ‘big’ Irish support centre for PCH
Founder of $1 billion supply chain giant says new support division is coming to Ireland ‘for sure’
Liam Casey, the Cork-born founder of the $1 billion revenue technology supply chain giant PCH, has said his company is setting up a new global customer service and support unit which could be part-based in Ireland.
Speaking at the Web Summit, Casey told The Sunday Business Post: “When we look at our business, we manage the flow of information, the flow of product and the flow of cash.
“Managing the flow of information is a...
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