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Cork has raised $ 600 million for the Asia-Pacific expansion

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A Cork Document Software Company has raised $ 600,000 to expand its presence across Asia Pacific.

Bundledox, based in BallinCollig, is the first document bundling software provider in Ireland. The enterprise received $ 600,000 in funding from Ireland and private investors.

Funding will be used to accelerate global growth through investment in product development, sales and marketing. The company will open a new office in Sydney and double the team over the next three months.

They work primarily in the legal field, and the demand for their paperless software has increased by 40% in recent months as professionals in the legal field have moved to remote work.

CEO Brian Kennelly said the company has seen rapid growth in scale over the past two years.

“Our client base has grown to include the top 200 law firms in the world and government departments in the UK, Australia, Ireland and the US.

“With this funding, we can now accelerate that growth, strategically shaping our global team in our key markets. We recently opened an office in Sydney and with the help of Enterprise Ireland we will expand our presence across Asia-Pacific. ”

Bundledox is an example of an innovative Irish company that has identified the growing challenge and trend for a sector and designed an effective solution, said Nial McIvoy, manager of Enterprise Ireland High Potential Start-ups.

The caliber of their clients and their recent growth is a testament to the quality and longevity of their product, as the industry is well-suited for long-distance operations, ”he said.

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