Thursday June 4, 2020

Dublin has potential to become worldwide IP hub

In a time of massive change for higher education, Ellucian chief executive says the capital is a great place to recruit

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

17th July, 2016
Jeff Ray, chief executive of EllucianBryan Meade

Dublin has the potential to become a global intellectual property (IP) hub, according to the chief executive of education technology firm Ellucian.

The firm, which opened its Dublin office last year with plans to create an initial 50 jobs, is moving more roles to its Irish operation.

“Dublin is a key part of our cloud strategy and there are more responsibilities around that moving to Dublin. This is not a caretaker or maintenance site; when you...

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