eXant Software opens Irish office
1 April 2005 | 0
UK software firm eXant Software has formed an Irish division, based in Dublin, to seek out opportunities in the Irish marketplace in addition to those in the UK, USA, Australia, Hong Kong and Poland. eXant Software Ireland will be run by Pat Chambers who has 25
years experience in the software market in Ireland. He was previously chief executive of JBA Ireland (now Geac) for 12 years and is a past president of the Irish Software
Chambers aims to establish a network of resellers to cover all 32 counties in Ireland to exploit business opportunities around the company’s eXPorter product.
eXant develops software based on Microsoft technology and sells to customers in the banking, finance, insurance, manufacturing, distribution and retail sectors. It was founded in the UK in 2000.