Industry & Business

Over-C Announces European Partnerships Worth €20 Million

 Breaking News
  • Kells Tech Hub Can Play a Major Role in Regional Enterprise Development Following 24 months of research, planning and development, the new Kells Tech Hub has been officially launched. The Kells Tech Hub is a world class regional enterprise development facility that will, through collaboration, clustering and creative thinking, help to support, promote and develop a culture of entrepreneurship in Kells, throughout Meath and across the wider [...]...
  • Three Early-Stage Start-ups Spin-in to NovaUCD Three early-stage start-ups have become the latest companies to spin-in to NovaUCD and join the community of entrepreneurs at University College Dublin’s (UCD) Centre for New Ventures and Entrepreneurs. Over 25 companies, employing some 200 people, are currently located at NovaUCD. The three companies, EPIC Conjoint, This is Seaweed and Travacoin, have located to NovaUCD in [...]...
  • Irish Exporters Association Launches 18th Export Industry Awards The Irish Exporters Association, in partnership with platinum sponsors KPMG and Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, has announced that the 18th Export Industry Awards are now open for applications and launched the Alumni Programme for 2018. Companies can now submit their online application at http://www.irishexporters.ie/export-industry-awards/ to compete across 11 export industry related categories and be in with [...]...
  • Tourism Industry Very Upbeat on Prospects for 2018 Despite Wet and Cold Start to Year A difficult start to the year – due to weather conditions – somewhat dampened tourism sentiment for many sectors but most businesses report a positive outlook for the remainder of the year. This was one of the findings from the latest Fáilte Ireland Tourism Barometer, a survey of more than 500 tourism businesses around the country. [...]...
  • Skillnet Ireland – Without Upskilling, Businesses in Ireland Could Lose Competitive Advantage Skillnet Ireland (formerly Skillnets), the national agency for workforce development, has been launched at an event in Co Clare to promote upskilling within enterprise. Its mission is to facilitate increased participation in enterprise training and workforce learning in Ireland. Skillnet Ireland brings together 67 Skillnet Enterprise Learning Networks across the country under one unified brand [...]...

Over-C Announces European Partnerships Worth €20 Million

Over-C Announces European Partnerships Worth €20 Million
January 30
09:48 2018

Over-C, the Irish Internet of Things (IoT) technology company, has opened their new headquarters in Cork city and announced two new significant partnerships in Europe worth an estimated €20 million over three years. The new partnerships are with KPN, the largest Dutch telecoms company, and Facilicom Group, the largest Dutch Facility Management company with contracts in the Netherlands and Belgium.

Over-C’s IoT technology is digitally transforming how companies manage their manual based processes by leveraging technology to solve problems and automate processes. The data generated is translated into powerful insights that optimise workforces and fundamentally change how enterprises do business. Over-C analyse the data and, for the first time, visualise the true cost of what is happening in real-time on the ground.

Speaking at the official opening of their new Cork headquarters, Over-C CEO and founder Michael Elliott said: “We spent the last two years developing our platform to enterprise grade, as specified by our partners who are reselling our solution to global enterprises. We have seen significant growth in the past 12 months, with our team growing from a team of six to 27.  The announcement is testament to the strength of our solution, and an indicator of our projected growth in the next two years. Today, we have offices in Cork, London and Amsterdam with further expansion into Germany in 2018.”

Speaking at the opening of the new Cork offices, An Tánaiste, and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney TD, said: “We have worked hard in recent years to create a dynamic support structure in Ireland for innovative companies such as Over-C. Over-C’s announcement shows not only the level of skill and talent present in this country, but also the huge opportunities for growth. This is clearly evident in Cork and the surrounding region, which is fast becoming known for its tech and security clusters. ”

Niall McEvoy, Manager, High Potential Start-Up ICT Accelerate Department, Enterprise Ireland, commented: “Over-C is a prime example of how a start-up with a revolutionary idea and global ambition, and the right team and supports in place, can transform into a company that is scaling and growing at a sustainable level. We are pleased that Enterprise Ireland funding support has helped headquarter Over-C in Cork and look forward to the next two years, as the company scales and grows from here.”

CAPTION:

Lukasz Madrzak and Myra Kinko, Head of Crative, Over-C, pictured at the newly-opened Over-C headquarters on South Mall, Cork, with An Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney TD.

About Author

admin

admin

Related Articles

New Subscriber





Subscribe Here



Advertisements



















National Manufacturing Conference & Exhibition 2018

NIBRT Springboard Success Stories



Upcoming Events

  • No upcoming events
AEC v1.0.4