Date: 17 September 2020
Ireland’s dedicated eBusiness representative body, Digital Business Ireland, has today announced that it has joined forces with Codec the full-stack IT Solutions consultancy firm to mutually explore and benefit from the emerging digital transformation opportunities.
Both firms have, at the core of their beliefs, a strong commitment to clients and the determination to bring about continuous innovation through a strategic approach to prepare businesses for the digital transformation. Customer experience and behaviour is changing, and businesses require access to the latest digital innovations and application platforms to respond successfully. Digital transformation also requires the right performance management and response to the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, fundamentally changing how it operates and delivers value to customers. Today’s announcement brings together Digital Business Ireland and Codec who are joining forces to assist businesses in creating an enterprise digital transformation strategy that will be critical to their future growth.
Apart from taking this proactive and ongoing approach with key strategic partners, Digital Business Ireland is also playing a key role in setting the national agenda on digital transformation.
Commenting on the partnership, Lorraine Higgins, Chief Executive of Digital Business Ireland said: “Codec is a natural fit with Digital Business Ireland as we both seek out new opportunities as businesses transition more and more to the digital space. Codec is an award-winning Microsoft ‘full platform’ partner in Ireland. With 35+ years of IT services consultancy experience, they utilise Microsoft technology to solve complex business challenges and to deliver business value to customers. A partnership with Codec makes perfect sense to us on a number of levels.”
Ms. Higgins added: “Successful partnerships with innovative technology specialists such as Codec are key in helping to create new digital processes for business. Re-inventing a business model represents a significant challenge and it is important for businesses to have the right partners on board for success.”
Ronan Stafford, CEO at Codec said: “As a company specialising in digital transformation and cloud-based technology, our experts develop and implement business solutions that help reduce costs, drive collaboration and increase productivity in the modern workplace. We are excited to partner with Digital Business Ireland (DBI), the voice of the Irish digital commerce sector, and jointly our goal is to help businesses to innovate and thrive and achieve their digital transformation ambitions.”
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About Digital Business Ireland
Digital Business Ireland (DBI) is the representative body for the Irish digital commerce sector. With over 3,400 businesses in its community it continues to grow its membership footprint across a wide range of online and digital businesses to include technology, retail, hospitality, professional services, travel, transport, education, leisure, agri-business, and property. DBI provides a range of services to its membership to include training and events, networking opportunities, general advisory, insights, advocacy, and public policy influence all of which facilitates digital businesses growth, and achievement of goals.
Codec is an award-winning Microsoft ‘full platform’ partner in Ireland. With 35+ years of IT services consultancy experience, they utilise Microsoft technology to solve complex business challenges and to deliver business value to our customers. Irish owned business, employing more than 240 staff with offices in Dublin, Galway, Belfast, London, Cologne, Germany; and Sulwaki, Poland.