An Indian coup for Cork political tech start-up

Vconnecta app to be used at millions of doors

1st April, 2018
Brendan Finucane of VConnecta: ‘It’s good to show that we can work in other areas, not just western countries’ Picture: Clare Keogh

Vconnecta, a Cork-based start-up that has developed political campaigning software, has landed a major deal with one of India’s largest political parties.

The company’s campaign software will now be used by a 16-million constituent voter base in India.

Brendan Finucane, chief executive of Vconnecta, said this is the company’s first Indian client, but that he expects to capture more of the market.

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