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IT company praises the province's software production

By Staff Reporter

Published 28/08/2015

The latest Danske Bank Export First event was attended by (from left) Stephen McCully of NI Chamber, Mark Godfrey and Simon Cole from Automated Intelligence, Aaron Ennis from Danske Bank and Sandra Scannell from NI Chamber
The latest Danske Bank Export First event was attended by (from left) Stephen McCully of NI Chamber, Mark Godfrey and Simon Cole from Automated Intelligence, Aaron Ennis from Danske Bank and Sandra Scannell from NI Chamber

Northern Ireland is producing some of the world's best software ready for international export, a leading IT firm has said.

Mark Godfrey, chief executive and founder member of Irish IT company Automated Intelligence, was addressing the Danske Bank Export First dinner for business people.

The event at the Ulster Museum was organised by the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber).

Automated Intelligence employs around 30 people at the NI Science Park, developing products for the enterprise content management market.

Mr Godfrey said: "There is a great amount of talent in Northern Ireland. We have a fantastic team of software developers and we are producing some of the best software in the market today.

"My message to people in Northern Ireland is to concentrate on what you're good at and take it to the market with an element of pride."

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