Wexford-based company Scurri has scored high on the the list of the Best Workplaces in Ireland for the fifth year running.
The global software provider was ranked 24th in the Small Company category, making the list for the fifth consecutive year.
Headquartered in Wexford town, Scurri is a delivery management platform that connects and optimises the online ordering, shipping and delivery process for online retailers.
The company provides support at stages along the eCommerce journey, from helping to get the purchase over the line in the basket to selecting the most effective delivery option for each package, creating accurate labels, tracking the packages and running analytics to support process improvement.
CEO and founder Rory O’Connor said the company is delighted to have been officially recognised once again as one of the Best Workplaces in Ireland.
He described the past few years as a particularly challenging time for the eCommerce industry with many obstacles along the way.
“I am pleased to note that despite this, Scurri continues to lead the industry and offer an exciting work environment for everyone within our company. Our culture is a vital component of our business, and one that I am particularly proud of as we continue to navigate the ever-evolving eCommerce sector”, he said.
Heather Reynolds, Chief People Officer at Scurri said: “Making sure our staff feel heard and helping them be their best selves is one of our priorities. It is important to stay committed to creating an environment in which our high performance teams can drive innovation and flourish.”
Scurri is an Irish company, which has raised €15.3 million to date, following a €9 million investment to accelerate growth in the European markets in 2021.
Fuelled by the growth in online shopping in the UK and Ireland, the company has opened offices in London, and the Scurri technology now manages in excess of 100 million parcel deliveries annually for eCommerce merchants including eBay, Everything 5 Pounds, Vision Direct and Bulk Powders and works with delivery partners such as UPS, Royal Mail, An Post, HIVED, DHL, TNT, DPD, Yodel and Evri.