Once upon a tech in the south-west
It’s not easy running a fintech company from the south-west, but Keith Lyne, head of group IT at FEXCO, tells Jason Walsh the challenge is worth it
Like many senior figures in Irish enterprise IT, Keith Lyne has had a varied career, but his interest in technology was evident from the early days –specifically, his undergraduate studies.
“I did a degree in software engineering which I then followed up with a master’s [degree] in information strategy at DCU [Dublin City University]. It focused on ensuring graduates had the confidence to manage in an environment where information systems both drives and serves...
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