About

CastleSoft Pty Ltd. was founded in May 1995 with the goal of providing quality software consulting services to businesses in a diverse range of industries which included: government, accounting, superannuation, mining, utilities, defense, education and small business. With over 24 years experience in a vast array of business types, CastleSoft has developed a solid understanding of what businesses need and their unique demands and requirements. A lot has changed over the 24 years, during this time we have enjoyed years of consulting with rewarding experiences for both our staff and customers. We have refocused as technology and demands have changed to provide solutions for the desktop, mobile, web, cloud, wearable, social, console and Internet of Things (IoT) generation. In July 2015, CastleSoft transitioned from a Software Consulting Company to a Software Development Company delivering what we believe are the highest quality software and services available. We look forward to delivering a new range of products and services, to meet the ever expanding
demands of the multi-device/cross platform landscape. 

CastleSoft ® is a registered Trademark of CastleSoft Pty Ltd. 
(Trademark No. 870506) 
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Published Papers

  • Davis, Tierney, Chang

  • Davis, Tierney, Chang

  • Pudhota, Tierney


  • Davis, Tierney, Chang

  • Tierney, Davis, Chang


  • Davis, Tierney, Chang





“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’ 
UM’05 conference 
“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.