The companies IRP eCommerce platform is recognised as a leading choice
for businesses. Export Technologies provide software and consultancy working with Small, Medium
and Large organisations to increase sales delivering technology and online marketing
that guarrantee a significant web presence.
The extent of the functionality and the ease of use have made the award winning
IRP eCommerce platform one of the most advanced commercial products available.
A Company Timeline
2011 - October - In acknowledgement of growth in 2011, Export Technologies receive Deloitte Awards: Fast 50 Ireland, Fast 500 EMEA.
2011 - May - Advanced Reporting and StoryBoards are added into the IRP Administration. This forms the foundation of
the Advanced Opportunities Identification logic, a cornerstone of 2011 revenue expansion.
2010 - November - In acknowledgement of the company's expansion Export Technologies
win a series of awards for rapid growth from Deloitte: Fast 10 Ireland, Fast 50
UK, Fast 500 EMEA
2010 - April - Export Technologies moves its Headquarters to the Innovation Centre
on Queen's Island establising itself at the centre of a research and technology park.
2009 - Further research is completed on automated online marketing in a
multilingual environment, delivering sales to over 100 countries in 12 months.
2008 - A secondary marketplace platform TradeTalk is completed by Export Technologies.
The company expands its client base across multiple markets seeing a
significant expansion of IRP eCommerce platform uptake.
2007 - ePos funtionality is completed ensuring the IRP can
handle mutli channel retail sales and stock control. The enhanced platform appeals to
clicks and mortor companies with rapid market penetration.
2006 - MultiCurrency & MultiLingual Abilities are embedded into the IRP eCommerce platform alongside
research into international online sales. Eurozone transactions see an immediate impact.
2005 - William Bailie joins Export Technologies after graduating from Oxford University
as technical development lead. Export Technologies win the first of a series of
awards from Business Eye.
2004 - Completion of the first commercial version of the IRP - International
2001 - Initial work on an eCommerce platform with international sales capability
commences after a meeting in Queens University I.T department between Chain Reaction Cycles
and Informatics lecturer Dr Simon Loughlin.