Rogers invests €1m in software company

Des Rogers, a founder of Sterile Technologies Ireland (STI), which was bought for €110 million last year, invested some of his windfall in a small Dublin technology firm.

20th January, 2007

Des Rogers, a founder of Sterile Technologies Ireland (STI), which was bought for €110 million last year, invested some of his windfall in a small Dublin technology firm.

Rogers and his brother, Fergal, owned more than 40 per cent of STI and made about €45million when it was bought by US firm Stericycle.

Rogers has invested more than €1 million in LeCayla Technologies, which has developed technology for software firms to measure customer use of...

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