Sligo app maker lands University of Manchester campus life deal

StudyBundles software will help 40,000 students and 10,000 staff

23rd December, 2016
Daniel Hinkley, John O'Hagan and Declan Sweeney of StudyBundles

Sligo start-up StudyBundles has signed a contract with the University of Manchester in Britain to develop an app for 40,000 students and 10,000 staff.

Modelled on the company’s CampusConnect product, the app will use push notifications and geolocation functionality to provide personalised information to users on wellbeing events and activities on campus and in the local area.

“Until now, we’ve been working predominantly with international students, so this is a bit different for us. But...

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