Softworks looks to be in great health when Minister Simon Harris paid a visit

Softworks were delighted to welcome Minister Simon Harris to our HQ in Bray. Softworks, have been in business since 1990, and sell their solutions to the Irish, UK and Canadian markets. Minister Harris was invited to meet the Softworks team and learn more about the company’s ambitious international expansion plans.

To date Softworks have had huge success across multiple industry sectors and markets. Current customers include; Tesco Ireland, Selfridges, EMC, Intel, Kerry Group, Heineken, DHL and Hertz Europe to name a few. They also work with many healthcare organisations in Ireland and abroad including; public and private hospitals, nursing homes, home care and community care providers. Furthermore, their flexitime solutions are also used by the majority of Irish government departments as well as the Scottish Parliament and councils in Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Andrew Ferguson, CEO of Softworks, said

We were delighted to welcome Minister Simon Harris to our offices. Bray has had some great success in recent years with people like Katie Taylor and Hozier and while Softworks may not have made international stardom just yet, we do see ourselves as a local success story and wanted to share our story with the Minister whose constituency offices are beside us here in Bray.

Photo of Andrew Ferguson, CEO, Softworks, Minister Simon Harris, Mairéad Walsh, Head of Marketing & Communications, Softworks

Andrew Ferguson, CEO, Softworks, Minister Simon Harris, Mairéad Walsh, Head of Marketing &
Communications, Softworks.