Irish start-up Ronspot has raised €650,000 in funding for the development of its workplace management platform.
The application was designed to solve office resource problems such as employee parking, desk management and locker allocation problems.
The company will use the funding to hire 13 new employees and said it plans to fill roles in its sales, marketing and operations departments.
The Halo Business Angel Network (HBAN), said HBAN angel investors have contributed €400,000 to this funding round, while Enterprise Ireland has invested €250,000.
Angels from HBAN's Dublin, London and Singapore groups have also invested.
Ultan Faherty, HBAN Coordinator for the West Region said the company has developed an application that can deliver "far-reaching benefits" for companies and employees.
"The company's value proposition has been particularly enticing to angel investors looking for high potential start-ups addressing new market challenges.
"As enterprises inevitably look to adjust their office space requirements in line with current remote working trends, they will require a robust workplace booking solution to allocate space and resources.
"Ronspot is perfectly poised to grasp this opportunity, and we wish the team every success as they continue to make great progress across European markets," he said.