Intuity Technologies unveiled as Connacht Rugby IT Systems and Security Partner

Following on from all of the good news and winning performances coming from Connacht Rugby recently, Intuity Technologies are proud to be announced as the Connacht Rugby IT Systems and Security Partner of choice.

The technology company, headquartered in Galway with offices in Dublin and Carrick on Shannon will provide Managed IT support, IT & data security solutions and IT business solutions to the team at Connacht Rugby who are also embarking on another important and exciting journey: their Digital Transformation journey.

As part of this journey, the Intuity and Connacht Rugby teams will work together in partnership to ensure this gem of the west remains secure, efficient and continues to excel and scale at the rate at which their ambitions demand. Speaking at the launch, Gerard Cox, CEO of Intuity Technologies said;

“Here at Intuity our people are our greatest strength and partnership in our work is something which sets us apart. This differentiator is something we recognise in Connacht Rugby and we look forward to continuing to work, grow, strengthen and excel in partnership with them into the future.”

Karl Boyle, Head of Operations at Connacht Rugby said;

“Over the past few years, companies in all sectors have embraced digital transformation and GDPR and sport is no different. Continually improving our high-performance environment on and off the pitch is a key priority for Connacht Rugby. Critical to this are the systems and security that support these efforts and we are delighted to announce INTUITY as our new IT Systems and Security Partner. A local firm with a national footprint, INTUITY’s people, experience and their enthusiasm for this partnership is hugely exciting”

 

Pictured at the announcement of Intuity Technologies as Connacht Rugby IT Systems and Security Partner are (L-R) : Connacht Rugby Player; Finlay Bealham, T.J. Cox Intuity Technologies, Matt Healy, Connacht Rugby, Donal Murphy, Intuity Technologies. Joe Maksymiw, Connacht Rugby and Gerard Cox, CEO, Intuity Technologies.

If you are interested in beginning your Digital Transformation journey, contact Intuity.

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