Pictured at the award ceremony for the Bank of Ireland Start-up awards 2016 are Liam McLoughlin – Chief Executive – Retail Ireland at Bank of Ireland, Ian Lynch, Luke Halpin, Sinéad Murphy, Ray Rogers – CEO of Surf Accounts, Gavin Duffy – Dragons’ Den and Jon Burke.
Surf Accounts have been named this year’s Bank of Ireland Start up of the year at the 2016 awards ceremony. The Top Prize was awarded to Surf Accounts after winning their own category, the Online/Digital Start up of the year. Surf Accounts will now go on to represent Ireland at the European start up awards. Over 650 entrants were whittled down to 80 Finalists on the night, which were Shortlisted across 10 Award Categories. The award for best overall start up was awarded to Surf Accounts after staving off competition from a record number of entrants.
“By targeting a sector, being innovative, building trust with intermediaries, thorough their customer service and never failing to deliver beyond expectation Surf was the clear winner for the Grand Prix of the 2016 Start Up Awards.”
Gavin Duffy – Dragons’ Den, mediatraining.ie
Surf Accounts is an Irish owned Cloud Accounting package for SMEs. Surf Accounts has a host of new features such as, CRM, Inventory, Bank Feeds and are soon to release a Payroll package.
According to Surf Accounts CEO, Ray Rogers, this is just the beginning and there is still a long road ahead. Surf Accounts’ vision is to provide a full range of cloud based software for the SME market. Surf Accounts want to be the one stop shop for businesses looking to excel in their respective industries.
“It is fantastic to win such a high profile award. Bank of Ireland has supported us from the beginning and this award will help promote the Surf Accounts brand to Irish SME’s.”
Ray Rogers – CEO Surf Accounts.