Irish software as a service company Snapfix has announced €1.75m in new funding.

The funding was backed by Sator Grove Holdings, a US investment group which aims to help "the world's top entrepreneurs, operators and investors attain the extraordinary".

Headquartered in Dublin, Snapfix was founded in 2019 by Paul McCarthy.

It claims to be as simple to use as WhatsApp, for team communication and collaboration, allowing users to share photos and messages relating to tasks to be completed, and issues to be resolved.

Snapfix is designed for multi-lingual teams, and significantly saves time and costs. Its customers include Hilton, Marriott, Radisson, OCS and DHL.

"This investment will further deepen the technical development of the Snapfix platform, assist with the expansion of new strategic partnerships and international sales growth. The focus is on Ireland, the UK and the US where significant progress has already been made," Paul McCarthy, the founder and CEO of Snapfix said.

"We look forward to tackling the global opportunity, and making an impact on the world," he added.