We’re listing our shares on the London Stock Exchange, becoming a public company as of this morning. So I just want to share our reasons, so hopefully everyone can see that this is not only good news for Made Tech as a business, but more importantly for our customers and our staff.
We’re excited to launch our brand new podcast! Exploring all things tech, find out more about our brilliant upcoming line-up.
I’m really pleased to announce the launch of our latest book, Modernising legacy applications in the public sector. We have written the book to share our experience of successful legacy application transformations with technology leaders working across the UK public sector.
We are excited to announce the launch of our new webinar series, Made Tech Talks. During this series, we aim to provide helpful, accessible information to empower digital leaders to improve software delivery in the public sector.
We’re excited to announce that we are a Bronze sponsor for this year’s Red Hat Forum UK, on October 9th.
London, UK – 17 July 2018 – Made Tech, a leading UK-based agile software solution provider, is proud to announce the company has achieved Advanced Consulting Partner Status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). APN Consulting Partners are professional services firms that help customers of all sizes design, architect, build, migrate, and manage their workloads and applications on AWS.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve been chosen to deliver three projects on the GOV.UK platform. Over the next few months, we’ll be working closely with the GDS teams to deliver:
We’re excited to announce that our very own Luke Morton is going to be giving a talk at this year’s Red Hat Forum London, on October 3rd.
At Made Tech, we run an internal Hack Day or Learning Day every month. We take time off our paid work to focus on learning something new, like a new programming language, or to hack together some tools that solve a problem we’re encountering.
Every organisation considering digital transformation (or even just a new technology project) worries about access to skills.