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Belfast IT trainer acquires cloud engineering trainer

Neueda, Belfast, UKLearning News

Neueda expands global offering with acquisition of Conygre in multi-million pound deal.

Nick Todd, Conygre CEO; David Bole, Neueda director and founder, with Kevin Corrigan, Neueda COO
Nick Todd, Conygre CEO; David Bole, Neueda director and founder, with Kevin Corrigan, Neueda COO 

Neueda, a Belfast-based training provider, has acquired a leader in cloud engineering training, Conygre.

Neueda provides upskilling solutions for Morgan Stanley, Citi, Royal Bank of Canada, Dell and Ericsson. Conygre’s clients include BBC, Rolls Royce, Jaguar Land Rover, Visa, Lloyds Banking Group and the NHS.

In a statement from Neueda, it says ‘the multi-million dollar acquisition is part of its ambitious growth strategy, scaling its capacity to deliver cloud-engineering training and application modernisation support; the combined forces of both companies will further enhance their client portfolios in financial services, telecoms, automotive and technology firms and help those businesses to attract and retain top talent’.

Neueda will also benefit from Conygre’s Automated Assessment Engine to verify the effectiveness of its training programmes and provide certification to participants.

David Bole, director and founder of Neueda, said: “Our 10-year partnership with Conygre delivering training programmes across the Americas, Asia and Europe has given us the opportunity to see them in action. The acquisition is part of our deliberate strategy to offer the best technology training solutions to the market.”

Nick Todd, CEO, Conygre, said: “The technology industry is constantly evolving at a rapid pace, so cutting edge training is key to staying relevant. Our bespoke training programmes perfectly align with Neueda’s high working standards, making the partnership extremely strategic and robust. A time-tested partnership with Neueda’s visionary pathway proves this a smart alignment in extending our joint technology skills training for customers globally.”