Accounts software helps firms deliver for clients

Upfront private investment has helped company grow to employ 38 people across three countries

20th January, 2019
Tony Connolly Photo: Karl Martini

Private investment of more than €8 million in the 15 years since its launch has seen Dublin software company AccountsIQ expand its footprint to 85 countries and is headcount to 38 people in Ireland, London and the Czech Republic.

“Our funding has come mainly from high-net-worth individuals who have made money in software,” said chief executive Tony Connolly.

“It’s very difficult to build a software company without upfront investment. People who are involved in the software...

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