Uleska secures investment of over £300,000
Belfast software security company Uleska has announced an investment of more than £300,000 from its backers.
The firm also revealed it had notched up sales of £175,000 in the UK and Ireland, including through its partnership with business advisory firm PwC.
The investment was raised by a combination of institutional and private investors, including Techstart NI, Clarendon Fund Managers and Dennis Murphy, co-founder of software firm Anaeko.
Uleska was set up in February 2016 and operates in the automation of software security for internet and cloud systems.
Founder and chief executive Gary Robinson said: "Uleska's software reduces the need for skilled personnel to organise and run testing, facilitating effective automation of security testing."
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