AutoEntry makes grand entrance

Following 30 per cent month-on-month growth, Dublin firm Ocrex now has plans for a series A round of funding and growth in Australia

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
19th March, 2017
Brendan Woods, founder and chief executive, AutoEntry Picture: Fergal Phillips

An Irish software business that grew out of a casual chat over coffee is set to add over 30 new staff and raise up to €3 million this year.

AutoEntry by Ocrex has over 2,500 customers, the majority being accounting firms, and 17 staff at present. The idea for the company came to founder and chief executive Brendan Woods while he was working in financial services.

When Woods was down in the IFSC, he worked with a lot...

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