Macmarts launches innovative new cloud application software as it enters Irish and European markets

Macmarts, Ireland’s leading provider of enterprise cloud applications, has announced its launch into the Irish and European markets. Macmarts core product ‘SpendBooks’ allows corporate-wide teams to track and control spending in real-time. Trusted by procurement, finance, engineering and project management teams, because it helps them perform their work more efficiently, releasing them from spreadsheets to control their OpEx and CapEx budgets in real-time.

The Limerick based company is also launching ‘ProjectBooks’, a cloud based project resource management application empowering teams in manufacturing organisations to manage project resources and control project spending in ‘real-time’. ‘ProjectBooks’ is the only project resource management software built specifically for manufacturing organisations to deliver projects on time and on budget with real time visibility of all project spend and resources.

Macmarts’ unified cloud based SaaS software system products are currently in operation within leading multinational companies in the healthcare industry.  The software is a perfect solution for manufacturing companies in heavily regulated industries such as healthcare, pharma, medtech and food, to control their spend in real-time and see what spend is committed to against what has been actually spent to date.

The company’s objective is to be the go-to spend and project resource optimisation system for companies operating in heavily regulated industries. The system has the ability to reclaim up to 75% of resource time spent on procurement-related activities.

As Macmarts expands its reach into new markets, the business is also expanding its team. Keith Doran has been appointed Chief Technology Officer of Macmarts. Keith has over 25 years of experience in delivering enterprise software across a broad range of sectors. Speaking on his appointment, Keith Doran, Macmarts CTO said, “I am delighted to be welcomed into the Macmarts team. The system will be a game-changer for manufacturing companies and I look forward to playing my part in enabling its users to optimise their spending and resource efficiency.”

Along with this, Macmarts hopes to continue expanding its service by creating 40 new jobs in Limerick. The company recently moved into a new office space at the heart of the National Technology Park and located adjacent to the University of Limerick campus. Macmarts HQ aptly named ‘Innovation House’ is a dedicated 12,000 square feet software facility. The company will begin the process of building a team that will deliver this service in Ireland and beyond. The new positions will cover a range of roles including product management, software engineering, sales, marketing and customer success.

Speaking on the announcement today, Tony Frawley, Macmarts CEO said, “We are delighted to announce the launch of Macmarts into the Irish and wider European markets. Companies in heavily regulated industries can now use our technology to lessen the time that goes into managing multi million-euro budgets. Our software is a game changer and we believe will become the go-to solution for teams across the world as they seek to control their budgets in real time.

“As businesses navigate industry 4.0, companies must have the resources available to survive and thrive. The Macmarts system enables these companies on their digital transformation journey to focus on real inputs and outputs such as resource efficiency, cost-saving, connectivity and data analysis. 

“Finally, I would like to warmly welcome Keith to our leadership team. Keith brings a wealth of experience and knowledge with him and we look forward to working with and learning from him as we continue on this journey. We are also excited to be announcing the growth of our team in Limerick to help us continue to drive our goal of being the global leaders in spend and project resource optimisation software.” 

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