Minister Pat Breen Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection who officially opened the new offices of Azpiral in The National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick. Pictured here with John Ryan, Financial Director, Ann Slattery, Senior Development Advisor, Enterprise Ireland. Richard Gubbins, CEO of Azpiral, and Kevin Nolan, Sales Director.
Azpiral welcome Minister Pat Breen for official office opening in National Technology Park
On Monday, November 25, 2019, loyalty software company, Azpiral welcome Clare native Minister Pat Breen Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection to officially open their new offices in The National Technology Park, Castletroy, Limerick.
Azpiral is an Irish software company specialising in loyalty program software. All aspects of Digital Customer Engagement are managed through Azpiral’s integrated loyalty platform, AzpiralPRO.
AzpiralPRO is a cloud-based solution that allows their clients to capture and analyse consumer basket data for both in-store and online purchases. AzpiralPRO facilitates the automated delivery of personalised offers and promotions to your customers in real-time.
Founded in 2005 by Richard Gubbins, Kevin Nolan and John Ryan the company has grown from strength to strength working in the Forecourt & Convenience, Pharmacy & B2B sector.
Recently the company has been successful in acquiring major brands in the forecourt and convenience sector in European markets. Major fuel group Avia Netherlands, which is part wider group Avia International, is their latest client. AVIA Netherlands loyalty program ViaAVIA will launch this month.
As well as growing their impressive client list and continuing to develop the capabilities of their integrated loyalty platform, AzpiralPRO, Azpiral has a vibrant workforce made up of software developers, quality assurance, marketing, sales, account management, admin and contact centre teams.
Azpiral’s move to their new office space is yet another sign of progress for the company. The new office space is a hub for collaborative thinking and innovation. Its open-plan layout leads to better communication within the company.
The offices are designed in branded colours and the Azpiral logo is featured throughout the offices giving a strong branded message to employees and visitors to the offices.
Speaking at the opening of the new Azpiral offices today, Pat Breen, Minister for Trade, Employment and Business, said, “It is a great pleasure to open Azpiral’s new office in Limerick today. They are a wonderful example of an Irish company connecting successfully on a global scale. The digital age continues to present exciting enterprise opportunities and Azpiral’s presence in Limerick illustrates the capacity of the Mid-West to become a regional hub for innovation and technology, providing highly skilled job opportunities. I wish them every success in their future operations here.”
Richard Gubbins, CEO of Azpiral, said, “It’s a great honour to welcome the Minister here to officially open our new offices. This is another milestone in our company’s progression which is a result of the collaborative work which goes on every day between our great employees and great customers. This new space embodies our brand identity and ethos.”
Ann Slattery, Senior Development Advisor, Enterprise Ireland, said, “Enterprise Ireland’s mission is to partner with innovative Irish businesses looking to scale internationally. Azpiral is a great example of an Irish internationally traded services company with global ambition, competing and winning sustained business in overseas markets. Enterprise Ireland looks forward to continuing to support Azpiral’s growth ambitions as they expand their footprint in the Eurozone and beyond, strengthening their customer base internationally and continuing to sustain and create jobs here in the Limerick region.”
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