Sligo-headquartered technology company Frankli is to create 20 new jobs in Ireland over the next two years. 

Frankli also announced today it has closed a €725,000 pre-seed funding round and has already begun a new €2m seed round. 

The company said the money will allow it to add to its teams across its marketing, sales, support and software development as well as entry into new markets. 

The Frankli platform enables companies to conduct end-to end performance management, with software tools that save clients both time and money. 

With more and more people working remotely, companies are looking for more agile and mobile tools to build their teams, keep track of performance and maintain standards. 

Early investors in Frankli include Enterprise Ireland, NDRC - the national start-up accelerator programme, Pigsback founder Michael Dwyer, LotusWorks founder Fergal Broder and several private angel investors.  

Frankli has also announced that as part of its expansion plans, Aldagh McDonogh, the former CEO of Morgan McKinley, has joined the company as co-founder focusing on Strategy, Growth and Brand.

Frankli CEO and founder Noel Dykes said the new funding allows the company to continue to scale its teams and build its product suite. 

"We are in growth mode and excited to be able to offer 20 roles in what promises to be an exciting period ahead. We are also delighted to welcome somebody of Aldagh's experience and calibre to our leadership team," Mr Dykes said. 

Frankli currently employs 10 people and it said that some of the new roles will be performed remotely.