Tech firm backs talent on and off the rugby pitch

Tech firm backs talent on and off the rugby pitch

Belfast headquartered international tech firm Neueda has come on board as lead sponsor of Queens University Belfast rugby club (QUB RFC) for the fifth time.

The company has provided funding to support the QUB club which is the oldest continuous club in Ulster and the second oldest in Ireland. The club has to date produced 22 representatives of the British and Irish Lions, the most of any club in Ireland, and has won the Ulster Senior Cup a record 23 times.

Neueda Tech Academy breaks down barriers to a career in IT

Neueda Tech Academy breaks down barriers to a career in IT

Global tech company Neueda, in partnership with the Department for the Economy, has welcomed 13 graduates onto its Tech Academy programme, designed to provide an alternative, accelerated route into a career in IT for non-computer science graduates.

Neueda Tech Academy students, with degrees from a wide spectrum of disciplines, each expressed an interest to retrain, upskill and pursue careers in tech.

Tech team Malawi-bound with Habitat for Humanity

Tech team Malawi-bound with Habitat for Humanity

A team of 12 employees from Belfast headquartered tech company Neueda will visit Malawi, Africa, this week to help charity Habitat for Humanity Northern Ireland (Habitat NI) build homes for families in need.

The company has raised £33,000 for Habitat NI ahead of the trip, all of which will go towards the charity’s work supporting orphaned and vulnerable children, building homes, facilitating training on HIV and malaria prevention, and encouraging will writing.

Predicting the future – the next phase in data’s evolution

Predicting the future – the next phase in data’s evolution

Brendan Duffy, Chief Technology Officer: Think about the data your organisation generates – sales and finance information, customer transactions, asset and resource information and the rich data within your business systems.  Now think about the less obvious data - system performance, emails, calendar events, documents, sensor information embedded within manufacturing lines, performance figures from your vehicle fleet, entry and exit events from your buildings.

Leading the Digital Revolution Neueda and Microsoft highlight importance of being a data driven organisation

Leading the Digital Revolution Neueda and Microsoft highlight importance of being a data driven organisation

Microsoft and Belfast-headquartered digital transformation company Neueda have been working in close partnership to help organisations within the public sector understand and optimise their data to become more successful.              

“There is a real synergy between the Microsoft and Neueda offerings in terms of technology, services and culture,” said Brendan Duffy, CTO, Neueda.

A company with an edge

A company with an edge

Peter Russell, Sales and Marketing Director: Neueda has been a hidden gem in Northern Ireland’s IT industry for some time – but now its expertise in digital transformation is sparkling like never before with a new iridescence as a result of an increasing demand for its services.

The Belfast based company provides digital technology solutions as part of large scale software projects to clients in the public and private sector and financial markets.

With headquarters in Weaver’s Court in Belfast, the company helps clients increase operational efficiency, improve customer experience and deliver commercial objectives, by moving to digital and transforming how they do business.

Neueda Technologies establishing a Software Engineering Hub in Athlone, creating over 200 jobs over 4 years

Neueda Technologies establishing a Software Engineering Hub in Athlone, creating over 200 jobs over 4 years

Minister for Business, Enterprise & Innovation Heather Humphreys TD today announced that Neueda Technologies, a privately-owned IT Training, development and consulting services company headquartered in Belfast, is establishing a Software Engineering Hub in Athlone, Co. Westmeath, employing 200 staff over four years.