Irish company Intercom, makers of software to help businesses improve interaction with their customers is to create at least 100 new jobs in Dublin over the next 12 months. The new jobs will be in a range of areas, including engineering, design and development.
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The expansion by Intercom comes after the company secured $50m in new funding from a range of high profile technology industry leaders and venture capital firms.
Intercom was founded in 2011 by Eoghan McCabe, Des Traynor, Ciaran Lee and David Barrett. The company's aim was to build a communication platform that would help personalise the relationship between businesses and their customers. Since then it has grown rapidly, driven in part by almost $66m in funding it has raised in four separate tranches from leading tech investors.
Intercom currently employs 250 people between its offices in Dublin and San Francisco. It also has 10,000 paying customers in 90 countries - double the number from a year ago.
This morning Intercom revealed it had raised another $50m in fresh finance, and said it now has enough capital in the bank and will not need to raise any more.
The money will be used, the firm said, to fund further growth and development of its product, through the expansion of its workforce in Dublin by at least another 100 over the next 12 months. It currently employs 140 in the city, where it occupies part of the old Anglo Irish Bank building on St Stephen's Green.
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The CareersPortal Team