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Genesys employees raise thousands for local charity

Employees at Genesys have raised €8,489 for local charity, COPE Galway.

The money was raised by employees and backed by attendees at the Genesys Analyst
Summit hosted at the Ashford Castle.

Genesys is the global leader in multi-experience customer and contact center solutions.

The organisation established its presence in Ireland in 2018 when it acquired Galway-based Altocloud from Irish serial tech entrepreneur Barry O’Sullivan.

Since the Altocloud acquisition, the company has opened its global Artificial Intelligence (AI) Centre of Excellence in Galway and appointed Barry O’Sullivan as Executive Vice President and General Manager for Genesys Multicloud Solutions.

Commenting on the donation, Barry O’Sullivan said: “COPE is a fantastic charity doing vital work here in Galway, and Genesys is proud to support its mission to help vulnerable people in the community.

“We would like to thank all of the wonderful analysts, partners and Genesys employees who contributed to this noteworthy cause, which works to improve the lives of those who need it the most in Galway.”

Michael Malone
Email me at editor@galwaydaily.com
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