The Digital Dozen: A showcase of innovative Welsh tech companies
The organisers of Digital 2015 – a tech conference due to be held at Celtic Manor in June – have revealed a report outlining 12 of Wales’s most innovative technology companies.
Called the Digital Dozen, it represents a diverse range of products and services – from innovative start-ups to established players– and aims to champion new and disruptive technologies with digital at their core.
The Digital Dozen are:
Blurrt: Based in Cwmbran, Blurtt focuses on sentiment analysis and Twitter analytics
Schoop: Showcased at 10 Downing Street in February as one of the UK’s best tech start-ups, the app improves communications in schools and other organisations, with its offices based in Cardiff.
Veeqo: Founded in Swansea, Veeqo provides a stock and order management platform for multi-channel retailers.
Moneypenny: Based in Wrexham, the company has been looking after telephone calls for businesses of all shapes and sizes since 2000.
Object Matrix: Based in Cardiff and supplying storage and archive solutions for media and entertainment industries globally. Clients include Sony Pictures, BT, the BBC and Fox Sports
Nudjed: Caerphilly-based Nudjed provides software that measures workforce health and tailors individual advice on both individual and organisational levels
Big Click: App developers working with local communities and young people from Rhondda to develop educational apps for Wales.
DropTask: A uniquely visual task management application that improves workflow and offers real-time collaboration for teams through an engaging and user-friendly interface. It’s based in Penarth.
Musiqli: Founded in Cardiff, Musiqli provides a digital service for musicians – enabling better communication and collaboration within communities
Yogscast: The Yogscast is a network of talented and entertaining YouTube creators and is committed to bringing the best in gaming entertainment to the world.
Neighbourly.com: A social network that connects local projects with people and organisations who want to help. It launched July 2014 with the support of M&S and Starbucks.
DVLA: The DVLA, based in Swansea, is liaising with digital entrepreneurs and working on technology development programmes.