New firm uses force of suppliers

Supplierforce, a young Dublin technology firm, has raised €2 million from wealthy private investors and appointed software boss Bernie Cullinan to its board.

21st October, 2006

The firm, which was founded in 2004, has developed technology for large firms to manage their relationships with their suppliers. Declan Kearney, the founder and managing director of Supplierforce, said the company had ‘‘initial blue-chip customers’’, including O2 and Jurys Doyle.

They are using Supplierforce’s internet-based technology to streamline their dealings with thousands of suppliers. Kearney said that Supplierforce was close to signing deals with several very large customers and expected a...

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