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Karl Flannery, chief executive of Storm Technology, says we should learn lessons from mature tech economies

7th June, 2015
Karl Flannery, Storm Technology’s chief executive Picture: Feargal Ward

Technology entrepreneur Karl Flannery is setting his aim high as he looks to double his tech business over the next three years.

Storm Technology, which consults with businesses on Microsoft technology solutions, is now 20 years old. It has reported a 20 per cent compound annual growth year-on-year for the past two years and €7.5 million in revenue for its 2013/14 annual results.

Storm’s client portfolio includes Kerry Group, Topaz, Calor and CIE. As the economy starts to...

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