Ireland’s low corporate taxes and prestigious universities have helped the local technology sector flourish, as IT services firms and software developers alike have found success from Cork to Dublin. Below, we list a few of the top IT companies in Ireland you should know.

Top IT Companies in Ireland

  • Accenture
  • Fineos
  • Version 1
  • Oracle
  • Everseen

 

5 IT Companies in Ireland to Know

Accenture is one of the world’s largest professional services firms, boasting a global workforce of 733,000 employees. It advises business clients how to streamline its technology by migrating to the cloud, automating processes, modernizing applications, developing custom software solutions and outsourcing business operations. The company is headquartered in Dublin, where more than 250 employees work out of its global innovation center.

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Fineos developed a software platform that insurance companies use to streamline administrative processes, like generating policy quotes, calculating benefits and processing claims. In addition to the life, accident and health insurance industry, it also works with employee benefits providers. Founded in 1993, the Dublin-based company employs more than 1,000 people.  

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Version 1 is a Dublin-based IT services firm that helps business clients with cloud adoption, data migration and software asset management. The company’s work in modernizing applications was recognized by Microsoft, and its credentials have been vetted by AWS, Oracle and Snowflake. It was also named Ireland’s Best Large Workplace in 2023.

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Oracle, a tech giant best known for its relational database management system, provides business clients with cloud infrastructure and a vast suite of IT services, like cloud integration and data management. The company has a global workforce of 164,000 employees, including more than 1,000 in Ireland.

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Everseen uses computer vision and AI to give business owners visibility into aspects of their operation they wouldn’t have seen otherwise. Its tech is used to flag scanning errors in self-checkout systems, detect shoplifting from retail shelves, track inventory on trucks and identify problems in the supply chain. Headquartered in Blackpool, Cork, the company employs more than 1,000 workers around the globe.

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