Business In The Workplace

Wednesday 18 October 2017

Irish tech firm to create 40 new jobs

Ellie Donnelly

Ellie Donnelly

Irish tech firm Tandem HR Solutions is creating 40 new jobs over the next three years after it raised €2m in Seed Funding.

Tandem recently developed a solution to help organisations re-shape how employee performance is managed through driving enhanced coaching and feedback practices.

The company has attracted the funding from investors led by Frontline Ventures, along with ACT Venture Capital, Enterprise Ireland and angel investors.

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Founded in 2016 by Aisling Teillard (CEO), Jim O’Brien and Clare Bonham, Tandem emerged from NDRC’s Female Founders programme, run in partnership with Enterprise Ireland.

The Tandem platform is designed to reshape how performance is managed through accelerating feedback and coaching practices in organisations, resulting in stronger engagement, satisfaction and retention, a statement from the company said.

"By enabling feedback to flow organically throughout an organisation, you can accelerate the personal growth of your people and enable them to take ownership over their own development, in alignment with organisational goals," Ms Teillard said.

Tandem’s HR solutions recently received European recognition when the company won the Disrupt HR award at Europe’s largest HR technology event in Paris.

"A key focus for Enterprise Ireland is helping companies like Tandem to start-up, innovate and scale internationally and Tandem is a really great example of a female led highly innovative Irish company with global ambition," Niall McEvoy, Manager, High Potential Start-Ups of Enterprise Ireland, said.

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