Construction technology firm to add 50 jobs in next two years
Dublin-based Integrated Facilities Solutions raises €2 million through Davy EIIS fund for future growth
Integrated Facilities Solutions (IFS), a Dublin-based construction technology business, has raised €2 million and plans to add 50 jobs over the next two years.
The funding has been raised through the Davy Employment and Investment Incentive Scheme (EIIS).
This is the first time that IFS, which was founded in 1999 and currently has 16 staff, has taken on external funding. The firm develops software that manages information for property owners from all parties involved in construction projects.
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