Belfast tech firm given 'gold' data standards by Microsoft

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    International tech company Neueda has been awarded Gold accreditations by Microsoft for Data Anlytics and Data Platform.

    Based in Belfast, Dublin and Malaga, the company provides digital transformation solutions to businesses within the private and public sectors.

    Shay Cullen, Practice Lead for Microsoft Data Analytics at Neueda, said that to earn Microsoft Gold competency for two categories the team must successfully complete exams to prove their level of expertise.

    He continued: “We have been putting all our data specialists through this process and have made a commitment to support any new employees coming into the team so they can also achieve these accreditations.

    “These accolades act as proof to our international customers and industry peers that Neueda is committed to excellence, and at the same time provides our employees with valuable professional development."

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    Aisling Curtis, Commercial Director at Microsoft Ireland added: “In achieving Gold accreditation, Neueda has demonstrated the highest, most consistent capability and commitment to the latest Microsoft technology.

    “Since it was founded in 2006, Neueda has developed a deep expertise in providing digital solutions to help its diverse customer base digitally transform. Its focus on providing the best in class service for its customers, its employees and it partners puts them in the top of our partner ecosystem. They exemplify the best blend of innovation and culture needed to help customers drive innovative solutions.”

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    Contact Neueda to find out more at moderndataplatform@neueda.com    

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