We are delighted to announce the newest CARAGON FLEX customer; Dentex, a 55 strong dental group in the UK. At CARAGON we are all about solutions that free up our end users, from the amount of time they spend working with data and our Automated Associate Pay Solution is a perfect example of that. Traditionally
CARAGON and Portman Dental Care are today announcing their new data partnership. As part of the partnership, CARAGON will be providing 2 key solutions; the Automation of Associate Pay and Data Warehouse Management for the Portman Group, which includes a central support office (‘The Port’) and a network of over 100 practices. CARAGON CEO Tony
[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] We are delighted to announce the newest CARAGON FLEX customer; Whitworth Pharmacy, a family owned business with 35 community pharmacy branches across the North of England. At CARAGON we are all about data and our Data Management Platform can be used to solve an endless number of problems.
We are delighted to announce the newest CARAGON FLEX customer; Alpha Vitality Dental Group. Part of Riverdale Healthcare and backed by Apposite Capital Investment, Alpha Vitality is a 13 practice dental group operating in North Yorkshire and the North East England. CARAGON FLEX is a data management platform that can solve many problems for our
I am just closing in on my first week here at CARAGON, a Limerick based data solutions company, whose main product is a data management platform called CARAGON FLEX. Established in 2015 by Garron Mosley and Tony Rudden, the company is still relatively small at 10 people. Having previously worked in a big office setting
CARAGON, a data solutions company based in Limerick has secured another round of funding, allowing them to move into their next growth phase. Established in 2015 and named as one of Enterprise Ireland’s High Potential Startups, CARAGON received seed funding from Enterprise Ireland and the Angel Investment Fund in conjunction with Growing Capital in 2016. This second round of funding involves private investment from Sean O’Reilly, a key player in the pharmacy trade in Ireland and Gianni Matera from Growing Capital.