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From back-end infrastructure to personal productivity, Ergo has the knowledge and experience to match technology to all our client requirements. Our strength is understanding your business. The end goal is always the same, to make businesses more agile and competitive.

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Focus on your core business and leave ICT operations and management to the experts. From 24/7 service desk support to managing hybrid clouds, Ergo have the depth and experience to meet the most demanding service level requirements and ensure continuous improvement. 

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Managed People

Competition for talented technology professionals is huge, which is why we make hiring more personal, taking time to match the right people to the right roles. Our technical experience and recruiting know-how help find the perfect fit for both parties.  

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Speed of change demands a new generation of digital investments that will drive business enablement and profitability. We support IT leaders, wherever they are on their digital transformation journeys, with our digital assessment methodology. 

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Our goal is to deliver the best possible print and document service for you, leveraging the latest technologies and innovation to ensure the performance of your print environment is optimised to maximise employee productivity.  We take out costs, add efficiencies, wrap it in end-to-end security and make print integral to digital transformation. 

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Cloud

Agility is key to business success and the cloud is where to get it. We offer a wide range of cloud services – public, private, hybrid – and provide the best of both worlds by integrating or migrating legacy systems to streamline the way your IT is consumed. 

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Ergo provides a clear roadmap for digital transformation with practical steps to make businesses more agile and customer-centric

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Mobility and Collaboration

Ergo has provided many of Ireland’s largest organisations with an ecosystem of mobile applications and collaboration services that drive productivity without compromising on security

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Software Licensing

Businesses struggle to manage software assets and don’t always get the best value. We can help streamline your software purchasing, simplify deployments and maximise your investments. 

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Security, Risk and Compliance

Risks around cyber security and data protection are an ever-increasing challenge for businesses. We provide security lifecycle management, from perimeter testing and threat analysis to mitigating the impact of a breach. 

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With the largest team of Microsoft IT professionals in Ireland – including two Most Valuable Professionals our expertise spans a comprehensive portfolio of products/services

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Leaders’ Questions & Answers

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

Leaders’ Questions & Answers
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Leaders’ Questions & Answers

From gender balance to social networking, Emily Maree has six questions for six experts. John Purdy Chief Executive of Ergo has answered Emily's questions.

Leaders’ Questions & Answers

Pictured: John Purdy Chief Executive, Ergo

1. How do you think the issues surrounding male-female ratios in technology can be tackled to become more equal?

2. A company in Britain has developed a way for people to use emojis as characters in passwords. What are your thoughts on this and how it will impact online security?

3. Start-up Ireland chief executive Eoin Costello has predicted Ireland will be a global start-up hub by 2020. What is your advice for people starting their own companies?

4. With global companies like Facebook expanding and adding more jobs in their headquarters in Ireland, why do you think so many companies look to Ireland to centre their operations?

5. The chief executive of Snapchat has deleted all his tweets so he can ‘live in the present’. What is your favourite social network and why?

6. If you could only pick one piece of technology to use for the rest of your life, what would it be?

1. In Ergo, there is no issue on this matter. We hire the best person for the job based on their skill set, values and availability. If a candidate meets our requirements, it doesn’t matter if they are male or female.

2. As long as this concept goes through rigorous testing and is proven to protect our data, bring it on.

3. I believe Dublin is well positioned to compete as a global start-up hub. My advice to start-ups is to be very clear of your proposition and how relevant it is to the market. I’d recommend they surround themselves with the best advice, especially legal and financial. They should engage the finest advisers they can afford.

4. We have built a reputation of developing really strong technology and engineering skills. In addition, we are very flexible and agile, all while remaining friendly and fun. As a country, we have delivered some really smart companies both indigenously and through foreign direct investment. In order to maintain this reputation, the government needs to encourage the development of entrepreneurial skills at primary and secondary level schools.

5. Yammer. Yammer allows our 330 dispersed professionals in Ergo to stay in contact by sharing news such as customer, project and exam success. It is the coolest piece of technology that I have ever used. I’m also an avid user of LinkedIn. I utilise LinkedIn to research people to meet, build my network and prepare to meet new contacts.

6. As a diabetic, I’d have to pick my blood glucose level monitor. Without it, I wouldn’t exist.

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