enet, Ireland’s largest open-access network operator is enabling the international growth of leading Irish software developer, Cora Systems, with the provision of a 100Mb fibre for voice and internet to its headquarters in Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim.
Using enet’s reliable, high-speed connectivity, Cora is expanding its provision of high-quality customer service to markets around the globe, including the UK and USA. Additionally, Cora runs a Virtual Private Network (VPN) across enet infrastructure, which integrates all voice between Carrick on Shannon and the company’s London office. Its integrated Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) means Cora’s tele-sales teams always have access to adequate lines and CRITICAL bandwidth.
Philp Martin, CEO, Cora Systems, said: “As a global software company we need high-speed connectivity with 100% reliability. That’s what enet provides. It gives us tremendous reach. We can run a global corporation from the north-west of Ireland – with projects that are live in over 50 countries – and not be punished because of our location. It’s really equipped us for significant growth for the company.”
Conal Henry, CEO, enet, said: “enet enables local business, like Cora Systems, to bridge the digital divide faced in the west of the country and indeed, throughout regional Ireland. We provide businesses with world class and future-proof connectivity, allowing them to compete at a global level and benefit from higher-capacity, wholly reliable, non-contended broadband.”
enet’s high-speed connectivity is also facilitating remote working by Cora staff. The company currently has more than 50 staff, of which 80% are based in Leitrim. Cora have plans for further substantial expansion into the USA this year.