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Cloud Computing: New Irish SaaS business specialises in ‘awesome’ accounts systems

The name is a mouthful, but OSSM is an Irish cloud business worth watching

7th June, 2015
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Ray Ryan, founder and chief executive, OSSM Cloud

One of the newest SaaS providers in the financial and accounts sphere is Dublin-based OSSM Cloud.

Those cryptic initials, as founder and chief executive Ray Ryan happily explains, derive from a genuinely inspiring conference keynote speech that he was at some years ago by NetSuite pioneer Evan Goldberg.

Being Irish, he was also amused by the sheer number of times the inimitable American term ‘awesome’ was used. Later, when setting up a company to deliver...

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