Welsh Software Company Draig Technology in Strategic Link Up with Parity

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Parity have teamed up with Draig Technologies to deliver a high quality business solutions.

Draig Technology and Parity have made a commitment to work together to deliver bespoke, high quality software and business solutions to the local region, the Welsh language and Welsh speakers in Wales utilising Parity’s extensive big project portfolio and Draig’s local knowledge and expertise.

Bangor and Cardiff based Software Development Company Draig Technology has formed a partnership with well known UK wide business solutions and IT specialist Parity. The aim of this partnership is to build a world class, market leading operation with extensive capabilities in delivering software and business solutions both in Wales and in the wider business software market.

Draig have entered into the partnership with Parity as a further commitment to the Welsh IT community and language. With the additional capabilities of Parity who have a proven blend of experience in delivering high profile projects, consultancy and business solutions throughout the UK and further a field, Draig are opening themselves up to a whole new marketplace

Richard Sheppard, Managing Director of Draig Technology Ltd commented on the link up, “We are delighted to have formed this strategic partnership with Parity who are proven business solutions providers. As a company based in Wales this link up will be great news for the area. It also shows how far we have come as a company since we were founded in 1999. With the combination of Parity’s impressive track record in business solutions and our reputation of being Wales’ leading software house I’m sure the partnership will be a fruitful one.”

He continued, “The Draig team is looking forward to showcasing its products at the National Eisteddfod of Wales where technology and new media are increasingly creeping their way onto the Maes. We hope to talk to Eisteddfod visitors about the type of things that they’d like to see in the Welsh software market place and about the partnerships we have formed to advance our commitment to the local region, the Welsh language and Welsh speakers.”

Alwyn Welch CEO of Parity said,

“Parity is well known for the close partnerships we have formed with industry leaders, including Microsoft and Oracle to keep us on the cutting edge of technology and ensures that our clients invest in the most suitable solution for their requirements. The partnership we have formed with Draig is very much a part of our ongoing development process to work with the very best organisations in their respective areas of expertise.

“Draig’s knowledge of their local market is unparalleled – in conjunction with Parity’s vast experience and expertise in business process outsourcing and project managing and delivering technology and consultancy projects it will make up an unbeatable offering in the Welsh marketplace.”

The Eisteddfod takes place from Saturday 5th August through Saturday 12th August. Draig Technology can be found at the Welsh Software Association stand, which is in the University of Wales, Bangor’s pavilion.

About Parity:

Parity, uniquely for its size, offers a full range of IT services to major companies including:

Business process consultancy

Change management training

Management training

Technology training

Programming training

Development and management of complex IT systems

Oracle and Microsoft technology and application skills

Permanent and temporary IT staff    

Customers across the group include Alcatel, Allianz, AT&T, British American Tobacco, CISCO, Department for Education & Skills, Department for Work & Pensions, HBOS, Hewlett Packard, HM Revenue & Excise, HSBC, IBM, ICI, Ministry of Defence, NASA, National Programme for IT at the NHS, O2, Perot Systems, Reuters, Royal Bank of Scotland, Royal Mail, Siemens, Sony Ericsson, The Cabinet Office, The Met Office, and T-Systems.

Contact details:

Gina Cannon

g.cannon @ parity.net

Email: catalist @ parity.net


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