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Wednesday 26 June 2019

Dublin tech company Glantus buys UK group for €1.9m

Hailed deal: Glantus founder Maurice Healy
Hailed deal: Glantus founder Maurice Healy
Ellie Donnelly

Ellie Donnelly

THE Dublin-based tech company Glantus has acquired software group Dynistics for £1.75m (€1.9m).

London-based Dynistics provides software and services to a range of industries, in particular the education sector.

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Dynistics CEO Andy Richardson said becoming a part of the Glantus group was "the perfect fit" for the group.

"The Dynistics customers now have access to a wider range of products and services, with an ISO 9001 and ISO27001 accredited and certified business, providing security and quality assurance on support and implementation to all our customers," he said.

Established in 1994, Glantus provides software solutions and artificial intelligence to the education, retail, construction and financial services sectors. The group has offices in Clontarf in Dublin, London, and on New York's Park Avenue.

Clients of Glantus include Chill Insurance, CityJet, Paddy Power and Toyota.

Glantus founder Maurice Healy said: "With the acquisition of Dynistics, Glantus has enhanced its product portfolio and consolidated its position as a supplier of quality analytics solutions into the UK market.

"It also has a specialist solution for the education sector in Ireland and the United States," Mr Healy added.

Last year Glantus acquired the New York-based Hedgehog Analytics. Hedgehog provides US companies with data-science consultancy, particularly in the financial services, pharmaceuticals and marketing advertising sectors.

Irish Independent

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