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Scurri chief says Brexit is a ‘win-win-win’ scenario for the company whatever happens

Rory O’Connor is adamant that his firm’s systems can cope with Brexit at ‘the flick of a switch’, even in a no-deal situation

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
3rd March, 2019
Rory O’Connor, chief executive and founder of Scurri Picture: Mary Browne

Wexford-based firm Scurri aims to add 19 jobs over the next 18 months, as it looks to expand its operations into continental Europe.

The retail and delivery technology business has raised €4.6 million since being set up in 2010 and expects to pursue another funding round in a year’s time. The additional roles Scurri plans to create will bring total staff to 50.

The company has also added David Dempsey, Ireland country manager with Salesforce, to its...

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