Idiro are thrilled to announce that we will be attending this years GSMA Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona with our partners, Apliman, from March 2-5.
MWC, ‘the world’s greatest mobile event’, acknowledges and showcases that we, as an industry, are on ‘The Edge of Innovation’ and this is something that resonates strongly with all of us here in Idiro. We are constantly striving to be innovative, original and efficient in our approach to understanding our customers and their needs.
If you would like to arrange a meeting with us during the first two days of the event (March 2-3), please contact our Analytical Solutions Manager, Clare Curtin, who will be happy to accommodate you.
You can contact Clare via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you can find us on the Apliman stand in Hall 5, Stand 5G23.
See you in Barcelona!
We have just renamed our company from Idiro Technologies to Idiro Analytics. It is a minor change but we felt it was important to do as it more accurately reflects the service that we have been delivering to our customers since our inception.
While we continue to innovate and develop new technology our customers are primarily focused on the benefits we deliver rather than on the underlying technology used to deliver those benefits. As such, we felt that changing the company name to Idiro Analytics would communicate the nature of our business in a more precise manner.
On behalf of everyone here in Idiro Analytics I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support.
Aidan Connolly, CEO
Idiro are proud to announce the St. Valentines Venetian Masquerade Ball, which promises to be one of the most captivating and enchanting events of the 2015 Dublin social calendar.
This event, which will take place in Thomas Prior Hall in Bewleys Hotel, Ballsbridge, will raise much needed funds for two extremely worthy causes; Dogs Trust and Liquid Therapy.
Dogs Trust is Ireland’s largest dog welfare charity. As well as working to reduce the amount of unwanted puppies and prevent straying, they are also responsible for re-homing over 1000 dogs each year. Their National Subsidised Neutering & Microchipping campaign and Education programmes for children are just some of the examples of the great work they continue to do. Dogs Trust receive no government funding.
Liquid Therapy is an award-winning Not for Profit Foundation that provides children facing physical, mental, emotional and behavioural challenges with water, play and surf therapy in an ocean environment, which has been shown to have many positive impacts on their lives. Liquid Therapy has worked with over 300 families across the country and is planning to expand it’s services in the coming year.
Tickets for the event are available here.