Monday May 25, 2020

Nolan-backed firm racks up top client list

Openback has been quietly building growth for the past couple of years.

11th September, 2016
David Shackleton of Openback. Pic: Fergal Phillips

A little-known mobile software company backed by technology mogul Ray Nolan has been quietly building up an international customer base and is on millions of phones around the globe.

Openback was founded by David Shackleton – who happens to be a great-great-grand-nephew of the legendary polar explorer Ernest Shackleton – and has been quietly building growth for the past couple of years.

“We’re working away behind the scenes, we’re into our second year now,” said...

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