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CHAPTER 5

CONCLUSION

 

Virtually all aspects of daily life are being changed by ICT. (Walsh, 2000) Whole new industries are growing up around ICT; new business models are being realised and old ways of doing business are being rapidly outmoded and made obsolete. The ICT industries themselves are changing. In particular, we note a trend towards global rationalisation, with mergers and acquisitions, both vertical and horizontal, becoming commonplace.

 

As the market becomes more global, even the most innovative of such companies are in danger of creating markets that are subsequently exploited by more powerful players. (Walsh, 2000) Global markets demand companies that are capable of operating globally: companies that can identify an opportunity, move fast to dominate the market niche and erect effective barriers to the entry of competitors. This implies access to the best in venture capital investment (hands-on, aggressive, with a desire for quick development and exit), strategic marketing and ready access to world-class expertise.

 

This is what exactly Ireland did. The country recognized its potency as well as its frailty. With the realization of the two, Ireland capitalized on its strengths and in the same time, worked on its flaws. In doing so, Ireland is currently the leading country among its co-members in the European Union that excels in the ICT industry. The study did not fall short on emphasizing the current state of ICT in the economy of Ireland. Likewise, the study also provided the effects of foreign direct investments to the said sector. It is the realization of the Irish ICT sector of the importance of external investments to achieve the level of success that it now experiences.

 

Ireland's economy is very open, thus the long-term success is inextricably linked to the growth rates of the main export markets and the country's competitive position.


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