Copperfasten Technologies makers of SpamTitan anti spam and the WebTitan web filter announce significant investment and new jobs for Galway
Following an investment of €500,000 from Oyster Technology and Enterprise Ireland, email and web security solutions producer Copperfasten Technology is creating 37 jobs in Galway. The investment will help fund a significant export-led growth plan that is forecast to more than treble sales over the next three years.
Pictured at the announcement are (l-r) An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, Ronan Kavanagh, CEO of Copperfasten and Barry Egan, Western Regional Director, Enterprise Ireland
The company produce the SpamTitan anti spam solution for business as well as the WebTitan business web filtering solution. Currently employing 15 people in Salthill, Galway, Copperfasten Technologies was founded in 2000 by former staff of DEC Galway.
“This announcement by Copperfasten is great news for Galway, for the Western region and for the Irish software industry. This is a prime example of an Irish firm, investing in R&D to develop world-class products for export and growth at home and abroad,” said An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, announcing the jobs.
Ronan Kavanagh, CEO of Copperfasten Technologies said the investment would allow the company to continue to build on its success and increase the footprint of its products internationally.
Barry Egan, Enterprise Ireland’s Western Regional director said: “Through investment in R&D, and a clear and focused strategy, Copperfasten has developed an enviable position competing in the same field as global names such as Symantec, CISCO and McAfee.
Pictured after last weeks announcement of a €500,000 investment from Enterprise Ireland and Oyster Technology Investments as well as 37 new jobs at Copperfasten Technologies (makers of business solutions SpamTitan anti-spam and the WebTitan web filter) are l-r An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, Ronan Kavanagh, CEO of Copperfasten and Barry Egan, Western Regional Director, Enterprise Ireland.