Expleo to deliver extra €150k free consultancy services to boost Irish recovery

  • Irish tech firm Expleo has announced the extension of its ‘Reboot Fund’ — a €150,000 initiative geared towards boosting the recovery efforts of businesses across the island of Ireland.

    The company’s Covid-19 ‘Reboot Fund’ comprises free consultancy services across a range of business-critical strands, with a particular emphasis on accelerating companies’ digital transformation and business agility plans.

    The announcement comes one year after Expleo delivered an initial €100,000 in free consultancy services to Irish companies impacted by the pandemic, bringing the total value of its ‘Reboot Fund’ to €250,000.

    With a phased easing of lockdown restrictions scheduled for the coming months, Expleo believes its ‘Reboot Fund’ will be of significant benefit to businesses across the island in preparation for this next recovery phase, 

    The new package includes in-depth assessments of businesses’ evolving requirements as well as innovation workshops with Expleo conultants in different expertises. Services will be offered to businesses and charities operating in all sectors.

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    Expleo's Covid-19 recovery programme in 2020 successfully helped Inner City Helping Homeless – the non-profit registered charity supporting Ireland’s homeless – coordinate its annual Santabox Appeal. The digital campaign provided almost 10,000 homeless people with gift-filled Santa boxes, containing essential items such as clothing and toiletries.

    Phil Codd, Managing Director at Expleo Ireland, said: “Following a year being confronted with a range of pandemic-induced challenges and protracted multi-level restrictions, a brighter business future is coming into sight. With our Reboot fund, we want to help Irish businesses pivot from the granular, everyday pandemic challenges, to a more agile, big-thinking mindset, and provide them with expertise for every normal.

    “We anticipate that this collaborative approach will result in many exciting digital transformation projects and the deployment of digital infrastructure and innovative solutions designed to future-proof service offerings. Ultimately, we hope to play our part in boosting growth and recovery for businesses across Ireland.”

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