Asavie gets behind the internet of things

Software company aims to be multiples of its current size within the next five years

11th December, 2016
Ralph Shaw, chief executive, Asavie Pic: Stephen Wall Morris

Asavie, the software company backed by tech multimillionaires and wealth funds, has a unique way of demonstrating the internet of things ability behind its growth plans.

In its swish new offices near Dublin’s Grand Canal, beams of light zap across an interactive map of all its activities across the globe. There’s also a microbrewery. Many tech companies have their own bar, but few have an actual in-house brewery.

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