Irish no-code software company FlowForma raises €4m in funding, hiring 70 new staff

Dublin-based business management software company FlowForma plans to create 70 new jobs over the next three years.

The company has raised €4 million as it aims to build on its success in the “no-code” software market, creating 70 jobs in the next three years and focusing on growing the US market.

FlowForma provides enterprises with no-code business process management and automation tools. It helps companies from sectors including construction, healthcare, engineering and financial services to digitise their businesses.

The company aims to increase its staff headcount from 30 to 100 and is hiring across all divisions to meet growing demand in overseas markets.

Roles will be available in its sales, development, marketing, and customer services divisions. The company is eyeing growth in the US in particular and is opening an incubator space in Enterprise Ireland’s New York office.

FlowForma has seen the growth of 26 percent in its most recent financial year, which ended in March. That has been attributed to the pandemic, which accelerated significantly digital transformation plans for companies.

CEO, Olivia Bushe, said “When paper-based processes were broken during Covid lockdowns, we were able to help them transform quickly and do more digitally.,”

“Our growth trajectory reflects how digital process automation has gone from the fringes to the mainstream, and how FlowForma Process Automation is now recognised as a fix for process pain points, delivering cost savings, efficiencies and a great end-user experience for every type of organisation in challenging economic times.”

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