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Lean Business Award 2018 for Analog Devices International

Lean Business Award 2018.  Minister of State Pat Breen (left) presenting an award to Kieran Horgan, Analog Devices along with Ronan McGlade, BoxMedia (award sponsor)

Lean Business Award 2018 for Analog Devices International

Analog Devices International (ADI) continued its winning streak by picking up the Audience Choice Award at the Lean Business Awards 2018 in Dublin last week. Recently, ADI won a Tech Excellence Award for its outstanding contribution to the technology sector in Ireland.

Employees from Analog Devices International were in attendance for the gala evening which took place in Croke Park.


Tara Murphy Carr, EHS Site Director, said, “This is a fantastic recognition for all of our employees who have embarked on the lean journey.  It acknowledges that we are moving towards organizational excellence through teamwork, aligning resources, improving communication, productivity and effectiveness and ultimately achieving the strategic goal.”

The Lean Business Award 2018 is designed to recognise and celebrate enterprise excellence achievements in Ireland. Whether a large, medium or small organisation, working in any sector or a government department; the Lean Business Award 2018 are open to organisations that can demonstrate excellence in their strive towards a competitive operation.

ADI has been in Ireland since 1976 and was one of the first US high-tech companies to establish a presence here and it has proven to be a successful move. The company holds a formidable presence on the Irish technology scene and has grown to employ 1,150 people at its original and main Irish hub in Limerick, home to ADI’s European based Research and Development centre and Ireland global operations manufacturing facility. Now 42 years in Ireland, ADI also employs over 100 people at its R&D facility in Cork where it has had a presence for the last 15 years.

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