Neueda partners with AquaQ Analytics

Belfast-headquartered digital transformation company Neueda has formed a strategic partnership with AquaQ Analytics, a provider of specialist data services to the capital markets sector, to enhance its offering to public and private sector organisations in Northern Ireland.

  • The power to analyse data in real-time, identify the relevancy of that data and deliver it to staff and systems that need it, has the potential to transform the way our clients do business.

    • Brendan Duffy
      Neueda CTO

Banks and financial institutions invest heavily into innovative technology and software solutions to process and analyse high volumes of data. This partnership will allow Neueda to offer similar technology to public and private sector organisations, enabling them to capture and analyse data more effectively and deliver valuable insights that will ultimately improve efficiency and increase levels of customer and citizen satisfaction.

Brendan Duffy, Neueda’s Chief Technology Officer, views the partnership as an important development:

“Combining expertise with AquaQ Analytics will allow us to introduce ‘best-of-breed’ solutions to the public and private sectors across Northern Ireland.

“The power to analyse data in real-time, identify the relevancy of that data and deliver it to staff and systems that need it, has the potential to transform the way our clients do business.

“Organisations using the technology will be able to integrate and automate processes, ultimately increasing efficiency and overall effectiveness and offer highly personalised services to their customers and citizens. As well as private sector businesses, this could be of particular benefit to local government departments, healthcare trusts and the education sector.”

AquaQ Analytics CEO Ronan Pairceir adds:

"Forming a partnership with a forward-thinking company like Neueda is a hugely positive step, allowing us to deliver enhanced, innovative technological solutions to organisations in Northern Ireland. We hope it is the first of many projects which allow us to break new ground in the local tech sector.”