How automation is the latest wave to carry Welsh businesses

Leanne Owen, partner at tech consultancy HSJ Strato, discusses automation and how technology can be used to shape the way we do business. In tech, automation is a term often bandied about. To clarify, automation is the process of using self-sustaining software to automatically complete tasks with a little-to-no requirement for human interaction or involvement....

Online ticketing firm named among fastest growing businesses in Wales

TicketSource, an online ticketing and box office management system, has been named one of the fastest growing businesses in Wales for the second year running. At the Fast Growth 50 Awards, it was named the 28th fastest-growing company in Wales, following an increase in revenue of over 121 per cent from 2014 to 2016. Founded...

GoCompare becomes the 250th organisation to sign up for digital skills programme

Cardiff-based financial services comparision website GoCompare has become the 250th organisation to sign the Digital Inclusion Charter for Wales. The charter, which was created by Digital Communities Wales, is aimed at getting more people in Wales online and improving digital skills. GoCompare will begin with its staff and customers. According to statistics from the 2016/2017...

Welsh IT support specialists warn against paying huge fees for data security advice

Welsh IT support company ITCS  has noticed that businesses are increasingly making enquiries related to IT security and the proposed GDPR changes expected to come into force in May 2018. This is certainly long overdue. According to research compiled by the company, only 9% of SMEs educate their staff about IT and data security, and...

Interview: Matt Warren, CEO of Veeqo

Globally, ecommerce is worth trillions, and Swansea-based Veeqo is one of the tech start-ups revolutionising the industry. It’s a platform that helps online retailers increase their sales. Serial entrepreneur Matt Warren set up the business in 2013 after struggling with the pains of running an internet retail store. He speaks to Tech Dragons about his...

Credas adds new faces to senior team

Credas, a Cardiff-based start-up that creates ID authentication technology, has made a string of notable appointments in a bid to strengthen its senior team. Launched in May, the company is the brainchild of former GoCompare executive Rhys David. He has more than 15 years’ experience working in technology and innovation. Since launching, the company has...

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