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MC Gavin Duffy; Artur Leonowicz, Chief Technology Officer, EasyCount and Patrick McDermott, CEO EasyCount, pictured at the All-Star Accreditation Programme after the Fourth Annual All-Ireland Business Summit powered by Audi in Croke Park last month.
MC Gavin Duffy; Artur Leonowicz, Chief Technology Officer, EasyCount and Patrick McDermott, CEO EasyCount, pictured at the All-Star Accreditation Programme after the Fourth Annual All-Ireland Business Summit powered by Audi in Croke Park last month.

A TUAM based company that ‘takes the pen and paper out of stocktaking’ has scooped a national accolade at the Business All-Stars awards.

EasyCount is a technology company that provides software to businesses who want their inventories completed efficiently and quickly – and without ‘the drudgery’ of itemising everything with pen and paper.

The Business All-Stars programme is an annual competition designed to identify, recognise and accredit Irish companies that ‘distinguish themselves’ in business over the previous 12 months.

EasyCount secured their ‘All-Star’ for their technology-based method of counting non-barcoded stock that businesses have on their shelves.

CEO of EasyCount – Abbeyknockmoy resident Patrick McDermott – said that the ‘Rising Star’ accreditation given to EasyCount for 2018-2019 was a great source of pride to the company.

“We look forward to continuing to meet and indeed exceed the standards set by the All-Star programme,” he added.

EasyCount’s company inventory system can be used by any mobile phone or tablet and is particularly useful in the food, beverage and hardware supplies sectors.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.