BOSTON--Eze Castle Software announced that Goldman Sachs has made a $20 million minority equity investment in the order management software vendor. As part of the deal, Eze Castle will also add Goldman’s managing director, Duncan Neiderauer, to its board of directors. The investment represents the first external financing of the privately held firm.
The investment was secured as Eze Castle manages its increasingly rapid growth. David Quinlan, executive vice president of corporate development,
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