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Software firm InnerWorkings made headlines this year when it raised $8.8 million in funding from Benchmark Capital and Mohr Davidow Ventures in the US. New company of the year: InnerWorkings.

12th November, 2005

New company of the year: InnerWorkings

Software firm InnerWorkings made headlines this year when it raised $8.8 million in funding from Benchmark Capital and Mohr Davidow Ventures in the US.

Founded in 2002, it has developed learning and analysis software which is used by software coders. The company's management team, headed by chief executive Fran McKeagney, is made up of former senior executives at e-learning firms SmartForce and Skillsoft.

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