Davy said that while December’s profit warning had dented market confidence in Escher, the transition to a more recurring-revenue-based model should lower volatility and improve earnings sustainability for the group

Dublin-headquartered software firm Escher Group, which issued a profit warning late last year, has said it expect group revenue of $22 million (€20.1m(...)

Escher Group was founded in 1989 in Boston and moved its headquarters to Ireland in 2007 following a management buyout

Dublin-headquartered software firm Escher Group has issued a full-year profit warning due to a shortfall in licence revenue. The company, which is a (...)

Escher Group executive vice president of sales and marketing Fionnuala Higgins and chief executive Liam Church

Dublin-headquartered software company Escher Group has reported a 202 per cent rise in first-half pre-tax profits and said it remains confident about (...)

Escher’s new contract to supply Permanent TSB with an updated payment services system is worth €920,000 to the Dublin-based software group. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Escher’s new contract to supply Permanent TSB with an updated payment services system across its retail network is worth in excess of $1 million (€920(...)

Escher Group executive vice president of sales and marketing Fionnuala Higgins and chief executive Liam Church

Revenues at Dublin-headquartered Escher Group are expected to be down 15 per cent year-on-year in 2014, according to an interim trading statement rele(...)

Escher Group  executive vice president of sales and marketing Fionnuala Higgins and chief executive Liam Church.

Revenues at Dublin-headquartered Escher Group soared 48 per cent to $12.8 million (€9.7 million) in the first six months of the year, up from $8.6 mil(...)

Escher Group was founded in 1989 in Boston and moved its headquarters to Ireland in 2007 following a management buyout. Escher Group is one of the wor(...)

From left: Jeremy Fitch of Invest Northern Ireland; Margaret Hearty of Intertrade Ireland; partner in charge of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year programme Frank O’Keeffe; and Pádraig Ó Céidigh, founder of Aer Arann and chairman of the judging panel. Photograph: Maxwells

Twenty-four businesses ranging from financial services and technology to agriculture and manufacturing are the finalists in this years Ernst &a(...)