Two decades of success for Dataworks

Brian Robinson and Liam Curham of Dataworks, which is celebrating 20 years in business.

Brian Robinson and Liam Curham of Dataworks, which is celebrating 20 years in business.

In the two decades since Liam Curham and Brian Robinson opened their doors, Dataworks has become one of the leading software solutions providers in the South East, providing sustainable employment for 23 people, with additional jobs due to come on stream next year.

Dataworks has continued to grow steadily over the last number of years, providing custom software services, as a Microsoft certified Independent Software Vendor, to companies throughout Ireland and beyond. Within the manufacturing sector, they are distributors and integrators for ICONICS in Ireland, a leading global visualisation company, whose technology platform was the perfect match for Dataworks.

Working with a number of the regions multi-national companies, including Waterford Crystal, Hasbro and Bausch & Lomb both in Waterford and the US, the Dataworks story certainly demonstrates that businesses can serve the local and international markets from a base here in Waterford.

“We have invested heavily in Innovation and Technology in the last three years, and that has been a key factor in our growth, in terms of securing new business, offering new services, and ultimately in terms of employing more staff,” according to Chief Executive Liam Curham.

Dataworks provides Software Development, Outsourced Managed Maintenance and Software Validation Services to the private and public sectors, from its base in the Six Cross Roads Business Park in Waterford.

These are exciting times at Dataworks, and in a new departure, they plan on bringing their first product to market in the next two months.

“It was imperative that we continue to be technology leaders, and that we utilise the latest technology offerings in order to continue to provide innovative solutions to our clients. To that end, our technology team invests time in researching and deploying new technologies, and in fine tuning our own development life cycle, to ensure that we continue to deliver,” said Chief Technology Officer Brian Robinson.

“We are excited to see so many technology companies doing so well here in Waterford now. It bodes well for the future of Waterford and the wider region,” he concluded.

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