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Scurri’s new €9m investment round to deliver 100 jobs

Pictured above: Rory O’Connor, the founder and CEO of Scurri

Online logistics company Scurri is to create 100 new jobs after raising €9 million from backers. The investment, led by Gresham House Ventures, is part of a €9m fundraising round that will support the creation of jobs, grow Scurri’s operations in the UK, and allow them to invest in marketing, sales and product development. Scurri are a cloud-based software provider connecting and optimising e-commerce ordering, shipping, and delivery.

Based in Wexford, Ireland, Scurri powers millions of parcel deliveries a month, enabling retailers to create accurate labels, track shipments from dispatch to delivery and provide useful analytics. Scurri has already secured high-profile customers in the retail space, including eBay, Everything5pounds, Vision Direct, Gousto and many more.

The delivery experience is mission-critical to online retailers, and the dramatic acceleration of e-commerce sales and parcel volumes seen over the past year is here to stay. However, the last-mile delivery market is fragmented, and retailers do not have the time or inclination to build and maintain their own integrations with carriers.

By enabling e-commerce merchants to connect to a wide range of more than 700 carrier services, the Scurri platform provides greater choice and control over the delivery process, along with better visibility over courier performance.

Rory O’Connor, CEO and founder of Scurri, adds:

“We have very ambitious plans for the company over the next 24 months. Since inception in 2010, we have grown into a full-service software solutions provider with a growing list of blue chip and fast growth companies. Contrary to other sectors that experienced a growth slowdown as a result of the pandemic, e-commerce is booming – and our market is years ahead of where it was pre-Covid. Being able to arrange customs documentation easily through our platform gives Scurri a distinct advantage and, coupled with the growth of e-commerce, should lead to continued growth in a post-Brexit environment.”


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