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Experience counts as Waratek looks to broaden its horizons

Waratek chief executive Brian Maccaba is a veteran of the IT sector. He plans to use his experience to take the firm beyond its financial technology base

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
31st December, 2014
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Dublin- based software infrastructure firm Waratek is looking to expand beyond the financial technology market.

Waratek’s chief executive, Brian Maccaba, told The Sunday Business Post that the firm is looking to grow in the next year.

“We are looking at an increasing number of companies who are not in the financial services sector,” said Maccaba. “We are growing horizontally into a number of industry sectors. Industries like pharmaceuticals, healthcare, and aerospace, have high...

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