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By | John Oates 4th May 2005 12:12

Edenbrook secures £1m VC funds

Elderstreet opens purse strings

Software consultancy Edenbrook is getting a £1m investment from venture capitalists Elderstreet.

Edenbrook will use the money to finance its growth plans, both organically and through acquisition. It is kicking off by buying Moliere, a Manchester-based consultancy which employs 41 people.

Edenbrook names Microsoft, Oracle, IBM and SAP as core technology competencies.

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