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Brian Illand of Codec
Codec is delighted to once again sponsor the Digital Project of the Year category at the 2022 Belfast Telegraph IT Awards.
This award recognises the most outstanding digital media user experience project to remodel market reach, client relations and brand recognition.
Having the right delivery framework is crucial to project success: when delivery is consistent, innovation has the space and processes to flourish.
Too many IT transformation projects result in excessive costs, unacceptable business disruption and a high rate of failure.
In the digital era, and with cloud-based technology being used so readily, this should no longer be the case — projects should elevate business performance and empower staff to deliver in the most efficient way.
As a certified Microsoft Gold Partner and with more than 250 full-time experts trained in the Codec Way, Codec is equipped to deliver whatever its customers need to innovate their business model.
Brian Illand, business applications practice lead at Codec, said: “Your technology investments can make or break your business model.
“You must identify and deploy the best-fit solutions for your business needs to create long-term value while enhancing your company’s ability to build success.
“Microsoft technology can serve as the foundation of enterprise innovation at any scale.
“To harness those full capabilities, though, you need the support of experienced consultants who understand how to align that technology with your needs.”
Codec, with more than 35 years of experience in the sector, has an excellent reputation of delivering cloud-based Microsoft technologies to help customers streamline and improve their day-to-day operations.
Codec is a unique organisation — it cares about understanding and embracing technology innovation and making these changes work for its customers.
John Molloy, head of operations for Codec, added: “Technology is crucial, but innovation and transformation is more than having the right tools in place. Business solutions must be properly integrated into your existing infrastructure.
“End users, such as your staff, must be properly trained to utilise these new capabilities. And ongoing support is needed to maintain these powerful solutions over time. That’s where we come in.
“With the power combination of Microsoft Cloud products and solutions and an successful delivery partner at your side, the opportunities are endless.”
As one of the most awarded and recognised Microsoft partners not only in Ireland and the UK, but around the world, Codec has teams of specialists in Microsoft Azure, Dynamics and Power Apps.
John believes that this end-to-end expertise is necessary. Businesses need partners who have proven knowledge and experience working with multiple business stakeholders.
Brian says: “Picking the right partner — with the right experience to connect people, data and processes — will help deliver tangible business results quicker, enabling customers to focus on what they do best.”
John adds: “Our support of this Digital Project of the Year Award is our way of recognising the projects where user experience at the heart of the project and businesses have utilised technology to reimagine their processes.”
“We would like to wish all those who entered the best of luck.”
To enter, go to www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/itawards/enter
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