AutoEntry aims to create 30 jobs following €3m funding round
Business also plans to expand into the Australian and US markets
The Dublin-based automated accounting software company AutoEntry, by Ocrex, plans to create over 30 jobs over the next 12 months on the back of closing a funding round of up to €3 million.
“Our plan this year is to do a series A round of funding - we’re looking at between €2.5 million to €3 million. Most of that would go into sales and marketing, not just staff but also strategic marketing,” said its chief executive, Brendan...
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