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Drink Command’s international pint of view

Firm is on track to have revenues of €2.6 million in 2016

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

14th February, 2016
Brian Rogers, owner of BTI Engineering, and Robbie Ward, co-founder of Drink Command Picture: Feargal Ward

Drink Command, an Irish hospitality software business, expects to have 10,000 beverage taps deployed worldwide with its technology by the end of the year.

The firm started out in 2014 and has eight staff at present with plans to reach 25 within the next 12 months. The business has been backed financially by co-founders Robbie Ward and Gary Clowry, along with receiving investment from Brian Rogers, the owner of BTI Engineering.

Ward told The Sunday Business Post that the...

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