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Limerick life sciences software firm Kneat expands

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19th February, 2016
Quality director Brian Ahearne, chief executive Eddie Ryan and Kevin Fitzgerald (R&D)

Thirty new staff will be hired by Limerick software company Kneat after it secured a €5.5m investment from Canadian firm Fortune Bay.

The business provides software to companies in the life sciences and healthcare sectors and other industries. Partner firms are heavily regulated and require extensive retention and management of documents.

The new positions will be for software developers, testers, pharmaceutical process specialists and business development managers. The investment will create a new software...

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