Xanadu Consultancy teams up with CNGL, to create 5 jobs in Cork

27 Mar 2013

A new partnership between the Centre for Next Generation Localisation (CNGL) and Xanadu Consultancy will result in strategic innovation projects over the next 12-18 months and five new highly-skilled jobs in Cork.

Xanadu Consultancy and CNGL will engage in the projects with a view to bring viable products in the area of global content services to market.

As part of the collaboration, Xanadu Consultancy will be creating the five jobs within its research and development team in Cork.

“Xanadu has grown from 10 employees to 42 in the last 18 months and we’re confident the creation of a research and development team and partnership with CNGL will drive further growth over the next 18 months,” said Mark Brosnan, CTO of Xanadu Consultancy.  

“We are thrilled to have signed this deal which allows us to leverage our software development expertise, domain knowledge and resources with CNGL’s proven track record of innovation and global content delivery in this sector.”

Prof Vincent Wade, director of CNGL, Trinity College Dublin, said CNGL works closely with industry to convert research innovations into marketable business solutions.

“CNGL research is focused on ‘Global Intelligent Content’ with ground-breaking research in the areas of content analysis, search, personalisation and interaction,” Wade said.

“Our partnership with Xanadu will focus on the development of advanced content technologies for dynamic content analysis, multilingual search, machine translation, personalisation and multimodal interaction across global markets. We’re confident that this collaboration will enable Xanadu to continue on its strong growth trajectory and deliver additional jobs for Ireland,” Wade added.

Tina Costanza
By Tina Costanza

Tina Costanza was a journalist and sub-editor at Silicon Republic. She came to Ireland from Canada, where she had held senior editorial positions at daily newspapers in Ottawa and Toronto. When she wasn’t saving dangling participles, she was training for 10K races or satisfying a craving for scones.

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