Thursday February 27, 2020

Rising to the challenges of a changing landscape

PlanNet21 Communications has built a strong reputation by adopting quickly to changes in the tech world

16th October, 2016
Denise Tormey, co-founder of PlanNet21 Communications: ‘Cashflow was what kept us going’ Picture: Bryan Meade

Having spent almost two decades building her technology company, Denise Tormey, president and co-founder of PlanNet21 Communications, realises the importance of being an early adopter.

Founded in 1998, PlanNet21 has grown to a €35 million turnover company. It reported a further €4 million in profits for the year ending September 30, 2015.

Last year, the company announced plans to build a €20 million new data centre in Blanchardstown, Dublin, and boost its workforce to 100. It currently employs 75 staff.

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