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New division launches in Ireland

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UK accountancy software supremo Sage is going west and moving into the Irish market. The Irish set up will be run out of the UK while it is putting together the local office. The man in charge of making sure Sage gets off the ground in its new home is Fionan O'Driscoll, the newly appointed general manager. Previously he was a director of business management for Modus Media International, a supply chain management company. Mark Searles, director and head of Sage's software division said: "We are keen to work more closely with Sage customers and resellers in Ireland and provide them with an autonomous division which will address their specific needs. I am confident that Sage Ireland will provide them with such a dedicated service." The company is also keen to attract people to its new Web site, launched earlier this year. It offers Sage customers free Internet access, free unlimited email addresses, and tools to help customers build their own site. ®

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