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Ryanair CTO John Hurley and Boxever CEO Dave O’Flanagan at Ryanair’s head office in Swords. Photograph: Tom Honan

Irish data analytics company Boxever has signed a “significant” five-year contract with Ryanair, thought to be worth a multimillion figure to the tech(...)

Boxever chief executive Dave O’Flanagan and AIB chief digital officer Seamus Murphy.

AIB has partnered with data analytics company Boxever to use its technology to better engage with customers. The partnership marks the first banking (...)

Boxever co-founders  Dermot O’Connor, Dave O’Flanagan and Alan Giles: “We always wanted to build an Irish company that would be a global success story that remained headquartered here”

It is one thing to become a leading player in a particular industry sector, but quite another to take what you’ve learned in that space and achieve a (...)

Boxever co-founders (left to right) Dermot O’Connor, Dave O’Flanagan and Alan Giles

Irish travel tech firm Boxever recorded a 65 per cent jump in revenues in 2016, a period in which accumulated losses jumped to almost €14 million. Th(...)

Maha Al Balushi, executive manager at Oman Technology Fund and Ben Hurley, chief executive of the NDRC. Photograph: Shane O’Neill

The Irish early stage tech investor NDRC is to run an international pre-seed accelerator in Oman early next year as part of a new venture. The centre(...)

Boxever co-founders (left to right) Dermot O’Connor, Dave O’Flanagan and Alan Giles

Irish travel tech firm Boxever is looking to raise a further €6 million in private equity to bring total funding to date to more than €20 million. Po(...)

NDRC chief executive Ben Hurley: “Diversity is important and nearly a third of our ventures have females on the founding teams.” Photograph: SON Photographic

NDRC, the Dublin-based but nationwide early stage tech investor, realised investor returns of €460,000 in 2016, a year in which the number of companie(...)

Conor O’Loughlin of Glofox: “We expect to grow revenues by more than 200 per cent for the coming year.” Photograph: Con O’Donoghue

Glofox, a Dublin-based start-up which provides apps and software that help gyms and fitness studios manage their businesses more effectively, has rais(...)

The largest mobile industry get-together on the calendar, the Mobile World Congress, has been increasing its clout every year since its more humble beginnings in 1987. Photograph: Paul Hanna/Reuters

Monday Results: FBD Holdings, Associated British Foods (trading update), Hertz Global Holdings, Horizon Pharma, Trinity Mirror, UCP. Indicators: Ir(...)

A large number of Irish tech companies will be in attendance at next week’s event with Enterprise Ireland hosting a stand that will highlight 14 clients

Irish tech companies will be out in force next week at Mobile World Congress (MWC), the largest annual global gathering for the mobile industry. The (...)

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