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New Relic on a mission to expand its business

In with the New: Software analytics firm New Relic is on a mission to expand its business.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

21st June, 2015
Chris Cook, president of New Relic, whose EMEA HQ is in Dublin Picture: Maura Hickey

Dublin is at the heart of New Relic’s efforts to grow its business with large firms, according to the company’s president Chris Cook.

The software analytics firm, which gathers 700 billion metrics a day across four million applications, began with a heavy focus on SMEs. Cook told The Sunday Business Post that the SME market remained critical to New Relic, but that the business was seeing significant growth at present with...

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