Irish payroll technology firm to create 200 jobs over next four years
Immedis has raised €66m in total funding since 2016 launch with its technology now being used in more than 150 countries
Immedis, a payroll technology company that is part of the Clune Group, expects to create 200 new jobs over the next four years. This would bring staff numbers at the company, which raised $50 million (€41.5 million) in its Series B round in November, to 500.
The firm, which is headquartered in Dublin and has offices in the US and Bulgaria, has taken on 100 extra staff since the start of the pandemic.
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