CastleSoft Pty Ltd. was founded on May 26, 1995 by Andrew Tierney a day before his 26th birthday. A graduate of the University of Newcastle in April 1993, Andrew used the Bachelor of Mathematics with Computer Science degree to establish a company delivering quality software solutions and services at affordable prices.
Over the last 28 years, CastleSoft has provided quality software solutions to businesses in a diverse range of industries which included: government, accounting, superannuation, mining, utilities, defence, education and small business.
This experience has allowed CastleSoft to develop a solid understanding of what businesses need and their unique demands and requirements. Our software solutions are available on desktop, mobile, web, cloud, wearable, social, console and IoT platforms.
CastleSoft is a Software Development Company delivering what we believe are the highest quality software and services available.
CastleSoft ® is a registered Trademark of CastleSoft Pty Ltd.
(Trademark No. 870506)
The CastleSoft Logo is copyright © 2002-2023, CastleSoft Pty Ltd.
Our goal is to make the best software in the world, and to make products we are proud to sell and recommend to our family and friends. We want to do this at the lowest price we can, but we will not sacrifice quality
for price. Put simply, we just won’t ship junk.
Founder | CEO | CTO
Bachelor of Mathematics with Computer Science
The University of Newcastle, AUSTRALIA.
CastleSoft was founded in 1995 by Andrew, to deliver quality software solutions to all types of business. With over 28 years of extensive experience in the IT industry, and a Bachelor of Mathematics with Computer Science, Andrew is well placed to provide expert guidance and advise to customers on their current and future IT needs.
“Merging Application Models in a MDA
Based Runtime Environment for Enterprise Information Systems”, INDIN 2005, Perth, August 2005
“A User Adaptable User Interface Model to Support Ubiquitous User Access to Information Applications”, COMPSAC 2005, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 26-28, 2005.
‘Services Integration Monitor for Collaborative Workflow Management’,
Proceedings of the 14th IEEE International Workshop on Enabling Technologies:
Infrastructures for Collaborative Enterprises (WET ICE), Linkoping, Sweden, 13-15 June 2005.
‘An Adaptable User Interface Model to Support Global User Access to Information Applications’
“REQUIREMENTS FOR GENERIC TRANSACTION BASED DATA ACCESS SERVICES,
Introducing the concept of the XML-Object Relational Mapper”
Submitted Curtin University
“Meta-data framework for EIS specification”,
6th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, Porto, Portugal, April 2004.