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15 jobs for Ireland with IoT company Davra thanks to AIB funding

15 jobs for Ireland with IoT company Davra thanks to AIB funding

November 19
12:55 2015

DavraNetwroksDublin-based Davra, an internet of things (IoT) company has secured significant funding from AIB resulting in 15 jobs for Ireland.

Davra received the funding from a variety of investors through the AIB Seed Capital Fund, with The Irish Times reporting that a combination of Delta Partners and Investec Ventures were included in the deal.

“We’re helping customers connect like they’ve never connected before, and this is only the beginning,” said Davra Networks chief executive Paul Glynn.

“We are currently working with prospective customers in 43 countries right around the globe. Our investors have been crucial to Davra’s success story.

“They engaged with us long before anyone had even heard of the internet of things. They got it and they could see the logic in what we were saying. Through their investment and understanding, they have helped us take the next step in our global growth strategy.”

The funding will be used to bolster Davra’s R&D operations and hire staff in front-end development and tech support, with the overseas roles related to company plans to develop business in Germany, Dubai, South America and Australia.

Last year, Glynn was named one of the Top 25 Disrupters among channel-focused tech business by CRN in the US, along with the CEOs of HP and Amazon.

This recognised Glynn and the Davra Networks team for the development of their RuBAN software platform, which allows systems integrators and value-added resellers (VARs) to quickly and easily provide a range of practical solutions in the cloud for the IoT market.

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