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Pegasus Software
Type Private
Founded Kettering, UK (1981)
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia
Number of locations Kettering, England
Dublin, Ireland
Key people N/A
Industry Computer software
Products Opera II
several others
Revenue $22 million USD (FY 2005)
Employees 80 (2006)
Parent Infor Global Solutions

Pegasus Software is based in Kettering, England and develops accounting and financial management and payroll software applications for small and medium sized businesses.



The company was founded in 1981 and was among the first software houses in the UK to launch its applications for the MS-DOS platform.


2007 flood

In 2007, the company headquarters in Kettering were affected by major flooding in the town, with employees having to be rescued by boat.[1]

Market position

Today there are around 25,000 Pegasus software application licenses in use, its predominant market is the UK and Ireland and the company employs around 80 people. The products are sold through a network of 120 Partners. Pegasus operated as a subsidiary of a larger British software group, Systems Union Group plc. until August 2006, but now operates as a subsidiary business unit of the Atlanta-based Infor Global Solutions.


  • Opera II, general accounting, financial management, payroll & HR, supply chain management, pipeline management and document management suite
  • Opera II SQL - as above but running on a MS SQL database
  • Operations II, manufacturing, MRP, bill of materials
  • CIS, contract costing, construction industry focus
  • XRL, business intelligence tool, add-in for Microsoft Excel
  • Pegasus Instant Messenger

Legacy Products

Still actively supported Opera [see note], Opera for Windows, Operations [see note], Capital Gold, Capital Payroll

Note: Support for MS-DOS platform versions being withdrawn December 2006

No longer supported Junior / Single User, Senior, IX (Nine), Connection, Capital, Facts, Business Manager, Solo, MPower.

See also


  1. ^ Tite, Nick (2007-06-14), written at Kettering, "What A Wash-Out", Northants Evening Telegraph (Johnston Press Digital),, retrieved 2007-08-27  

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