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Wexford-based Scurri to create 40 jobs

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A Wexford-based delivery management software company is to create 40 new jobs at its new European headquarters.

Scurri today opens its new operational base for over 100 workers, with plans to recruit 40 people across sales, marketing, support and engineering in the next two years.

The company works in delivery management and uses its software to streamline the entire process for its retailer customers, including online ordering, shipping and delivery.

Launched in 2010, Scurri now processes over €10.5 billion worth of shipments worldwide annually and has raised €15.3m in investment through Gresham House, Enterprise Ireland and private investors for its operations.

The company says it continues to focus on innovation, research and development and recently launched Scurri Track Plus to cater for customers who want “post-purchase experience software” to give the retailers more control over the entire process from ordering to delivery.

The new headquarters on Selskar Street in the centre of Wexford town will support the planned expansion and staff across the UK and Europe and was designed by local architect Dermot Troy.

The building is designed to encourage sustainability and will also host an “art in the lobby” initiative which invites local artists to showcase their creations each month.

“The opening of the office is another milestone in Scurri’s journey, which gets more and more exciting every day,” founder and CEO Rory O’Connor said today.

He said the company has just completed a very successful trading period with over 100 million deliveries powered by Scurri technology.

“As we remain firmly focused on expansion and growth in 2024, it’s very important to create a business base that gives our team the best quality of life possible, and Wexford provides the ideal location to make that work-life balance easier to achieve,” he added.

Enterprise Ireland’s manager of entrepreneurship and high-potential start-ups Anna Marie Turley said the agency was delighted to see the new European headquarters opening today.

“We look forward to working with Scurri on its ambitious expansion plans into the future as it builds a truly global brand from the heart of Wexford town,” she added.

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