Datapac awarded for outstanding growth

By Maurice Garvey

CLONDALKIN tech solutions firm Datapac won the 2018 Enterprise Partner of the Year Award.

The judging panel at the Citywest Hotel ceremony presented the award to Datapac in recognition of outstanding business growth, and success of its partnerships with leading global technology companies, including achieving the highest level of accreditations with partners such as HP, Datto and Sophos.


The Tech Excellence Awards recognise excellence in the design, implementation and support of technology solutions and services.

Last year, Datapac created 35 additional jobs and a €2.1 million investment fund for significant expansion and enhancement of its network operations centre.

It was also recognised for its success at enterprise level with customers, which saw it become a €60 million business in 2017.

As part of this, Datapac won €5.5m in new managed services contracts with Irish organisations last year and is expecting to grow its managed services business by a similar figure again in 2018.

Patrick Kickham, director of Datapac, said the award was recognition for a “very successful period of growth for Datapac.”

“We’re also very excited about the opportunities that lie ahead as we continue to innovate to achieve the ambitious targets that we have set for the business.”

Karen O’Connor, general manager service delivery, Datapac, said their partnerships with leading global vendors are “hugely beneficial to existing customers and prospects.”

“These partnerships will see us expand into new areas and drive enhanced service delivery to support customers’ unique business needs.”

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