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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.
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.
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.
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.
Companies who are at the top of their industries are most vulnerable to advances in technology and must be prepared to adopt a culture of saying yes to change to remain market leaders, according to Danske Bank’s Chief Digital officer.
The next generation of coders were celebrated by tech company Neueda at this week’s Digital DNA business and technology event. P6 and P7 pupils from Blythefield Primary and St Malachy’s Primary School in Belfast completed a 40-week coding class delivered by Neueda and were brought to Digital DNA to be rewarded for their achievements and gain insight into the world of IT.
Tech company Neueda has highlighted the implications and significance of private sector reform around ‘off payroll’ contracted workers to a group of leading business representatives at a special event in Belfast.
Belfast headquartered Tech company Neueda has raised an impressive £28,300 for Habitat for Humanity Northern Ireland (Habitat NI) ahead of a volunteering trip its staff will make to Malawi for the charity in September.
Paddy O’Hagan, Chief Operating Officer at tech company Neueda, has been named Director of the Year in the Emerging Business category of the 2018 IOD Director of the Year Awards, sponsored by First Trust Bank.
Neil McKeown, Head of Consulting: Digital transformation or, put simply, ‘going digital,’ is high on the corporate agenda across every sector.
The next tech generation has been demonstrating its talent at IT company Neueda, where five students from South Eastern Regional College (SERC) and Belfast Metropolitan College have developed a valuable app for the company as part of their recent placement there.
The Neueda team was delighted to collect the Overall Company of the Year title at the Digital DNA Awards.
Tech company Neueda, which opened its first Spanish base in Malaga in late 2017, is on track to fill all 15 initial roles there this month and is seeking to double the Malaga workforce over the next 9 months.
Neueda has been awarded a place on the prestigious Deloitte Best Managed Companies list for the second successive year.
Sisters secure individual roles with Neueda following change of career paths.
Paddy O’Hagan, Chief Operating Officer: Talent is one of the core building blocks of any business’ success. Across all sectors however, attracting and retaining the best people is an ongoing challenge and must remain top of an organisation’s agenda.
This week, the Council for The Curriculum Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) launched ‘CCEA Analytics’, an innovative examinations online portal. This tool provides schools with the ability to carry out an analysis of their GCSE, AS and A Level results.
Neueda has committed to raising funds for Habitat for Humanity in 2018, with a number of initiatives planned throughout the year culminating in a staff trip to Malawi to build homes in September.
Neueda is rolling out a multi-tier strategy to source, build and nurture talent that will help ‘future proof’ Northern Ireland’s IT sector.
Neueda is the first Northern Ireland company to partner with the Innovation Value Institute (IVI) and adopt its IT Capability Maturity Framework™
Brendan Monaghan, CEO, Neueda: A new year brings with it fresh impetus; an opportunity to take stock and renew our focus on the future. That said, successful leaders have the future in mind at all times – thinking above and beyond the ‘now’ to see what’s coming down the track.
NI digital transformation company calls out global issues facing business and the IT sector over next five years
Neueda has been ranked in the 2017 Deloitte Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Ireland, for the third consecutive year.
Neueda partners with AquaQ Analytics to bring enhanced tech solutions to NI organisations
Neueda taps top tech talent in Malaga to support its public sector, private sector and capital markets businesses
Neueda has welcomed 16 promising graduates into its first Tech Academy, an alternative route into an IT career specifically designed for non-computer science graduates.
Belfast-based digital transformation company, Neueda, has appointed a Board of Directors to support its growth strategy and help develop its business on an international scale.
20 graduate spaces available on Neueda Tech Academy
Pupils from Blythefield Primary School in Belfast have graduated from an educational coding programme set up and delivered by locally-owned tech company Neueda.
Rose Kane Quinn, a Software Engineer at Belfast-based Neueda has been named ‘Young IT Professional of the Year’ by the BCS Chartered Institute for IT.