IBM buys Irish software company | Physorg.com

US computer giant IBM said Monday that it has bought Curam Software, an Irish company that makes programs used by government agencies to deliver social services to citizens.

IBM said Curam  is used in more than 80 government agency projects around the world including by health and human services, workforce programs and social security organizations.

IBM said it was buying the Dublin-based Curam, which was founded in 1990 and has some 700 employees, “to help governments improve the efficiency, effectiveness and accessibility of social programs for smarter cities.”

IBM said Curam’s products allow cities and governments a “single view of benefits and services available across agencies, levels of government and private and not-for-profit organizations.”

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