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Sell, sell, sell: how Inhance carved out its niche

The Cork-based mobile solutions firm is making waves by concentrating heavily on sales

27th September, 2015

A brown-bricked building in a business park on the Monahan Road in Cork city houses one of the country’s fastest-growing tech companies.

Inhance Technology, a provider of cross platform mobile solutions, placed first in the 2014 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 awards at a five-year rate of growth of 1,481 per cent.

The company works with a plethora of international companies including Best Buy, AIG and Dixon Carphone Warehouse.

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