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Teamwork pays off as software firm doubles workforce

Teamwork plans to double its headcount over the next 18 months after passing the 1.5 million user mark last week.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
28th September, 2014

Teamwork, a Cork-based project management software firm, plans to double its headcount over the next 18 months after passing the 1.5 million user mark last week.

The company, which is entirely self-funded, is on course for €12 million in revenue this year with 150,000 customers worldwide, according to its chief executive Peter Coventry.

The business is looking to expand its staff to aid in its growth, and aims to double its employee numbers from 20 to 40 by...

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