James McCallum and Colin Manson | Proteus Project Software


19 February 2024 – Aberdeen, Scotland Technology company, Xergy, has raised £3.1 million in additional investment as the company builds on the growing success of its Proteus project management software.  The latest investment round was heavily oversubscribed and was supported by both its existing investment base and a number of…

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Xergy Group secures £4.25 million funding

Xergy Group has secured £4.25 million funding from a Series A+ fundraise to scale-up its software as a service (SaaS) work management software. The Aberdeen headquartered company created Proteus in 2020 to help clients’ digital transformation, bringing together existing systems in a central hub. The move is claimed to make operations…

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Xergy hires CTO to guide Proteus remote working platform team

Xergy Group, June 25, 2020 Aberdeen tech firm Xergy has hired a respected digital specialist as chief technical officer (CTO) to lead its development team in Karachi. Andrew Conway joins from Dundee-based digital consultancy Kolabo, where he was managing director having helped spin the firm out from Blue2 Digital. Xergy's Proteus V1.0 is…

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New digital platform launched after Beta trial

Xergy Group, May 1, 2020 New digital platform, Proteus, is a cloud-based operating system that can transform the way in which businesses source and use talent to resource and deliver projects. By connecting companies with the talent they need, as and when they need it, and making remote working as…

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Oil & gas digital platform secures £1.8 million investment

Xergy Group, 20 March 2020 Proteus is a cloud-based work management system that allows companies to find the right people for projects. A digital platform which could revolutionise the way in which the upstream oil and gas industry resources projects has secured £1.8 million of private investment. The brainchild of…

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Start up tech company invest in Aberdeen

Xegy Group, 1 Feb, 2020 A new start-up company, set to revolutionise resourcing in the energy industry, has invested £120k in opening an office in Aberdeen with plans to recruit an additional 15 employees. Led by industry stalwarts, James McCallum and Colin Manson, Xergy has moved into Rubislaw Terrace in…

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