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Customer Quotes

Dublin Airport Authority

Their method of engagement for scoping was excellent. Their ability to deploy the required consultant against technology requirements was excellent. The consultant on the ground was very informative and worked well as part of the team empowering onsite engineers with knowledge. I would recommend Codec consultant services for this type of engagement as their competency is first class.’

Dublin Airport Authority

Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland

Codec brought all the required skills to what was a complex upgrade and wrapped a service around our needs. They worked professional with SEAI and third parties at each stage of the project. The technical skills required during project were SharePoint, SQL Server, Hyper V, Dynamics CRM, DPM and Storage.’

Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland

O2 Telefonica

Codec helped Telefonica O2 Ireland review and prioritise key metrics. Codec's team quickly understood our business language and built positive relationships with a broad stakeholder group. Through excellent facilitation, Codec helped our stakeholders identify the priorities to focus on.’

O2 Telefonica

Environmental Protection Agency

The key staff within the company have an excellent knowledge of the Microsoft CRM Dynamics platform and complimentary platforms such as SharePoint etc. We have worked with them on a large project using an agile development approach. The Codes staff were fully adaptive and took on key roles in the scrum teams. They have worked well with our other highly skilled professional team, who are pushing the XRM platform to the boundary of its limits and using high end .Net and SharePoint customisation to fill the functionality gaps.’

Environmental Protection Agency