Acutrace thrilled to be Sponsor for a Day
Published 15/01/2016 | 02:30
Acutrace, winners of Bank of Ireland's Sponsor for a Day competition, have received the Leinster jersey featuring their company name ahead of tomorrow's European Rugby Champions Cup game against Bath.
The Leinster players will take to the pitch in specially commissioned jerseys featuring the Acutrace logo.
Acutrace are a technology company based in Clondalkin which provides energy saving solutions to businesses.
Aidan McDonnell, managing director at Acutrace, said: "Winning the Bank of Ireland Sponsor for a Day competition means so much to the team in Acutrace and will have huge benefits for our company.
"Being associated with two of the biggest brands in Ireland will provide us with the marketing platform and exposure to help us to continue the growth and development of our company into 2016 and beyond."
Declan Galvin, head of small business at Bank of Ireland said: "The Sponsor for a Day competition provides massive brand exposure for young companies to enhance awareness of their product and service offerings on an international stage.
"Now in its third year, the competition continues to grow and the high number of entries we received from companies across all industries around the country highlights that entrepreneurial Ireland is really thriving."
You can follow the campaign on the Bank's Twitter handle @BOIBusiness with the hashtag #sponsorforaday.
Acutrace is a new Irish start-up company in the energy technology sector. The company is 100pc Irish-owned and launched its MVAC software at the Energy Show in March last year.
Acutrace have developed software and hardware solutions for energy monitoring in commercial and industrial buildings.
The software allows users to measure, visualise, analyse and control their energy costs.
This software can also be used to develop a complete smart building solution incorporating all the technologies used in modern building automation.
Acutrace can measure all utilities including electricity, water, gas and oil and can also monitor and control essential building systems such as back-up generators, fire alarms and intelligent lighting systems.