Nymad launch support service delivery in Dublin, Ireland
Extended service offering for customers outside of the UK
Basingstoke, Hampshire: Nymad, the database management specialist, have announced an extension of their support and consultancy services beyond the UK borders, to fully incorporate all customers in the Republic of Ireland. This offering arrives as the service provider sees a significant growth of their own customer base in Ireland, as well as in the sector as a whole.
“We are very proud to be the strategic partner of choice for our customers in Ireland and we see this as a really progressive market for us”, says Gary Hurlstone, CEO of Nymad. “Working with not only Oracle but also Microsoft and various Open Source technologies, we have a complete portfolio of services which helps organisations strike a balance between resilience and cost control. We are delighted to have the ability to offer the same level of services, support and guidance to our Irish customers as we do in the UK.”
Nymad has a track record of working with several high profile government departments as well as international and SME businesses who require high levels of security, stability and predictable infrastructure and services costs.
“The fact that we are the trusted supplier of so many high profile organisations helps to give our customers complete confidence in our ability to deliver genuine added value from the services we provide”, Gary adds. “The database and application landscape can be a tricky one for businesses to navigate, but our role is to ensure that our customers see reduced cost and complexity across their IT estate.”
The extended support offering in Ireland also coincides with IDA Ireland’s report that the country is fast becoming positioned to be a world leader in the Internet of Things, Big Data and cloud computing. Nymad is committed to remaining a trusted support provider for customers looking to take advantage of the projected growth and development over the coming years.
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