Dulann.com takes aim at eLearning business market

Published 24/09/2013 | 05:42

Minister Brendan Howlin, Damian Donlon, Matthias Kausch and Tony Gallacher. Photo: Ger Hore

WEXFORD company Dulann.com is on the crest of a wave after announcing that it has secured a new eLearning contract, with significant international potential.

Brendan Howlin, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, officially launched the new SaaS-based learning management company last Friday at Wexford Enterprise Centre in Kerlogue.

Co-founder Damian Donlon is in no doubt that this development gives them an opportunity to seek Wexford's slice of the $35.6bn global eLearning and learning management system market and create jobs locally and overseas.

'We intend to become a formidable force in the LMS space and the launch of our products to a global market today reinforces our intention to be a significant player in this arena,' he said.

Headquartered at Wexford Enterprise Centre, the team at Dulann.com identified that access to affordable incubation space and high speed broadband was a deciding factor in locating at Kerlogue.

The support of Wexford County Enterprise Board and Wexford Chamber of Commerce was also noted as being a key factor in establishing this business in Wexford.

Dulann.com provides complete eLearning solutions via a seamless and cost effective cloud platform to organisations and government departments that wish to significantly reduce training costs and at the same time improve customer service and operational standards.

The company brings together over 70 years of management experience and was co-founded by Mr Donlon, Tony Gallacher and Matthias Kausch.

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