NIE Networks engaged Neueda initially to mobilise the business transformation programme to introduce competition, and then to deliver the programme over a period of 3 years.
The Department of Agriculture Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) aims to promote sustainable economic growth and the development of the countryside.
DAERA has responsibility for food, farming, and environmental policy and the development of the rural sector in Northern Ireland. It provides a business development service for farmers and growers, and a veterinary service with administration of animal health and welfare.
DARD use an extensive number of IT systems to allow for application, validation, inspection, claim entitlement calculation and claim payment. The significant and fundamental legislative changes and subsequent change to the administration of CAP must be reflected in DARD’s systems - to ensure DARD can continue to receive and process applications, and make payments in line with European legislation.
Todays electronic trading environments are ultra competitive in speed and performance to gain edge for trade decisions and trade execution. Trading in derivatives is one of the most complex disciplines within capital markets industry given the high market data rates and the multi layering of trading strategies based on multiple inputs with potential multiple outputs.
Citi, the leading global financial services company, does business in more than 100 countries, providing consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services. Every year Citi recruit thousands of new staff to help create the best outcomes for their clients and customers with financial ingenuity and solutions that are simple, creative and responsible.
Northern Ireland Electricity Networks Ltd (NIE Networks) owns the electricity transmission and distribution network and operates the electricity distribution network which transports electricity to over 860,000 customers. With over 1,200 employees, NIE Networks work around the clock to plan, build, repair and develop Northern Ireland’s 49,000km of electricity network.
The impact of contestability required NIE to place greater focus on identifying inefficiencies that occur through the process of planning a job relative to the costs that the job actually incurs.
NIE had no means to interrogate the data and quantify the extent of how much a job could be overspent/underspent or identify the key reasons.