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Cultura Technologies acquires Core Software

By Business & Finance
13 October 2015

Cultura Technologies has expanded with the acquisition of Core Software, headquartered in Mitchelstown, Co. Cork.

Core Software is a provider of application software for the agribusiness and other trading industries. In operation for over 30 years, the company designs and sells products that are specifically created for agribusiness, hardware retailing, feed milling and milk processing.

James Baker, president, Cultura Technologies, said: “Cultura is committed to providing our customers and the industry with a broad suite of solutions that address the needs of the agri-food market. The acquisition of Core helps us to deliver on this vision by strengthening our leading position in agribusiness software technologies. We are excited to welcome the Core team and its customers to Cultura.”

Joe Walsh, CEO, Core Software, added: “Having reached the point of retirement I am very happy to have found a partner in Cultura to continue the business and offer a smooth transition with little disruption for clients and staff. Clients will continue to be supported with their existing CORE software and development in the product with the existing management and staff but now under the guidance of a global reaching international company experienced in all aspects of software development and support.”

Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Cultura Technologies has over 9,500 employees globally. The company provides software solutions to leading agri-businesses throughout North America, the UK, and Europe.

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