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Xtremepush works its Magic to make Gartner’s prestigious list

Set up in 2014, Xtremepush is a mobile software business that tackles a problem that has been around as long as apps themselves: how do you get people to use them once they have been downloaded?

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
25th August, 2019
Tommy Kearns of Xtremepush Pic: Fergal Phillips

Xtremepush, a Dublin mobile software company, has become the first Irish venture to be listed on a prestigious industry report.

Gartner’s Magic Quadrant analyses tech firms based on both their vision and their ability to execute it, and is highly regarded in the sector.

“It’s a massive deal for us. We’re probably the only non-VC-backed Irish company to ever make the Magic Quadrant,” Tom Kearns, chief executive and co-founder of Xtremepush, said....

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