IT firm Visor completes €1m equity round

IT start-up Visor has completed a €1 million equity investment round with Enterprise Ireland and a number of private investors.

10th February, 2007

IT start-up Visor has completed a €1 million equity investment round with Enterprise Ireland and a number of private investors.

The company will use the funding to launch AccountsIQ, a new online accounting and management reporting platform for small and medium businesses (SMEs).

Co-founders Tony Connolly and Eddie Murphy established Visor in early 2004 in University College Dublin’s business incubation facility Nova UCD.

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