Datapac generates €5.5m in new business
A series of new managed services contracts secured in the Irish market last year generated revenues of €5.5 million for IT supplier Datapac.
The company invested €2.1 million in its managed services offering in 2017, creating 35 new jobs at its Enniscorthy office in Co Wexford. The 18-month NOC project included investment in remote monitoring and IT management platforms, automated technologies and training for more than 60 technical engineers.
Datapac said the project had been initiated in response...
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