Irish software firm Glantus joins forces with Castleton Technology

Deal with UK service provider understood to be worth about €10m over three years

Andrew Frazer, chief operating officer of Glantus. Photograph: Iain White/Fennell Photography

Andrew Frazer, chief operating officer of Glantus. Photograph: Iain White/Fennell Photography

 

Irish data management software developer Glantus has done a €10 million deal with Castleton Technology, a UK company that provides services to nonprofit organisations.

Glantus’s systems allow clients to simultaneously access data on their businesses from multiple applications, so they can make decisions about growth based on evidence.

The Irish company said on Wednesday that it has agreed a strategic partnership with Castleton Technology.

Neither side gave a figure for the deal’s value but it is understood to be worth about €10 million over three years.

Castleton will use Glantus’s Avido business intelligence system with all the UK company’s customers to improve its business decision-making.

Glantus chief operating officer Andrew Frazer said the company was delighted to join forces with Castleton.

Castleton’s chief operating officer Jimmy Rogers said that Glantus’s software would add value for its customers.