Seamus Quinn

Head of Revenue

Intuity Technologies


Quinn began his career in IT in 1997 working for a firm owned by a large indigenous accountancy firm that specialised in provide accounting software solutions. From 1997 to 2002, Quinn helped grow this business from two staff / £100k turnover to twelve staff / €1.2m turnover.

In 2003 he left this role to start his own business and myITdepartment was born. From three clients and no other staff in 2003, Quinn grew the business slowly over the next three years and hired myIT’s second staff member in 2006. The business continued to grow steadily and successfully over the next few years and myIT were early adopters of emerging cloud technologies. The business weathered the early years of the economic crash of 2008/09 well and grew strongly from 2010 onwards.

myIT completed its first acquisition in 2011 when it acquired the client list of a small break-fix shop and successfully converted over 50% of this client base into managed services customers. A further acquisition was completed in 2014 which took the headcount to 15 and turnover to €1.5m. In 2015 the business moved premises to a rural location in Co. Roscommon (west of Ireland) and continued to thrive providing managed services to 100 plus customers across Ireland, the UK and the US.

In 2015 myIT became a Datto partner, initially adopting Autotask PSA and later Datto RMM. This investment helped the business complete the transition to a full MSP service model.

Between 2016 and 2021 the business continued to grow steadily and headcount increased to 22 staff serving 200+ customers with turnover of €2.5m. In April-2021 myIT was acquired by Intuity Technologies, a Galway based MSP with 55 staff serving 300+ clients across Ireland. Quinn’s initial role in the enlarged business was to oversee the integration of two successful MSPs to ensure a stable platform for growth into the future. The company has ambitions to grow organically and via M&A activities over the coming years.

Quinn lives with his partner Olivia in Co. Roscommon and is the proud dad of two girls (Jenna and Alanna). In his spare time, he enjoys walking, reading and cheering on Manchester United in football and Connacht and Ireland in rugby.