Jordan is a Marketing Executive at Datactics. He will soon be graduating from Ulster University with a BSc (Hons) in Marketing. Jordan is passionate about creative-content, with a focus on video production, social media and SEO. Prior to joining the team, Jordan volunteered within the charity sector for 5 years, where he discovered a passion for ethical and sustainable approaches.
Datactics is pleased to demonstrate AI-Enabled Data Quality in our EDM Webinar. Featuring Datactics CTO, Alex Brown; Dr. Fiona Browne,
If you are employed in the banking sector or if you must deal with large and messy datasets, you will
Matt is a creative problem solver and writer of reasonable repute. He is a dedicated Data fan, conversationalist, optimist and serial encourager. Matt has a passion for problem-solving and creating solutions that are both technically and ethically viable. As a data fanatic, Matt is always on the lookout for updates and is consistently keeping up with trends. Matt began his career after completing a BA (Hons) in Transportation Design at Northumbria University. After a 10-year tenure at the Bank of Ireland undertaking roles from Customer Experience Manager to Customer Operations, Insights and Change Manager. Matt now is the Marketing and Partnerships Manager at Datactics overseeing the client relationships and partnerships and managing the overall brand and communications strategy.
Seasoned industry veteran Julian Wavell joins Belfast pure-play data quality specialists amid surge in demand for no-code solutions Belfast, London,
New office marks the latest chapter in Datactics’ rapid growth story, following hot on the heels of its recent £2m investment
Easy Integration, Quick Results and Empowering Data People are Top 3 Priorities To Reduce Bad Data Risk
Making the right judgement calls on data strategy is something that all data leaders have to face. Whether it’s at
The dashboards might be (mostly) green, the regulatory reports are being filed ok, but you’re looking around you and you’ve
In January 2021, our very own Marketing Manager, Matt Flenley spoke to Georgia Halston of Halston Marketing, to unpack the
As we all know the amount of data in all areas of life is growing rapidly. At the same time,
Jamie is a creative-minded marketer graduated from Ulster University with a BSc in Marketing. With a keen interest in writing, Jamie is on the pursuit to become a data-minded communicator and has a particular interest in data ethics, quality and the cost of bad data. Jamie has a passion for solving problems, pushing boundaries and creating solutions that are new and fresh.
It’s a scorching Friday here in Belfast, and we’re back with news of awards ceremonies, new data guru hire, and
“For me, the outcome of what I do is the most important thing…” Meet Julian: our Head of Business Development UK
Julian Wavell kickstarted his role as Head of Business Development UK at Datactics a few weeks ago. We thought it
Friday is here again! After a busy last 2 weeks, we are excited to tell you all our developments that
Last week we attended the Department for International Trade (DIT) ‘North America Week’ which took place from the 21st-25th June. The event allowed
Friday is here again! After a busy last 2 weeks of June, we are excited to tell you all our
Datactics Round-up: Workplace of the Year and Young Person of the Year Nominations at Digital DNA Awards 2021!
Friday is here again! After a busy first 2 weeks of June, we are excited to tell you all our
Tania Ahmed is the Digital Marketing Specialist at Datactics. Prior to this role, she was a Pre-Sales Specialist for Microsoft Dynamics365 and a Financial Advisor for the Royal Bank of Scotland Group. Tania has a combined total of 10 years’ experience within the customer experience and technology sales sectors and enjoys creating processes and designing strategies that help achieve sustainable long-term objectives and goals.
InvestNI with American Banker | FinTech on Main Street: Trading Legacy Systems for Digital Transformation | 25/03
FinTech is rapidly changing the way people bank and the way banks wish to operate. But for the majority of