2019 has been a good year for RedCortex so far. Not only is the company executing on its core mission to help transition major organisations to the cloud, but it has also achieved some significant milestones that everyone working at the firm can be proud of.


The big news of the year so far is the new contract with Transport for Wales. TfW chose RedCortex to help manage their cybersecurity and digital strategy, RedCortex will provide the agency with a comprehensive IT roadmap going forwards and support them throughout implementation.


The new contract adds to RedCortex’s growing list of high-profile partners and clients in the public sector, including NHS Wales, S4C, Welsh Government, Natural Resources Wales, Carmarthenshire County Council, Gwynedd Council and the Vale of Glamorgan Council. RedCortex is thrilled to be working alongside so many high-profile and prestigious organisations..


The other big news is the recent move to new offices at Trafalgar House, 5 Fitzalan Place, Cardiff. The new location will provide the company with room to expand, accommodate new team members, and enable us to offer continued excellent service to customers across the country.


On 27th June 2019, RedCortex celebrated the move (as well as the TfW win) by hosting a launch party at the new offices, attended by a large contingent of their highly talented colleagues including James Hooper, Matt Ananin, Leon Bidgway, Joanne Holmes, Paul Young, Andrew Grove, Paul Bullock, Michael John, Peter Lewis, Chris Pay, and Austin Bellaris, as well as our co-founders, Martyn Mathews and Martin Britton. The event marked the beginning of a new era in the company’s history and will no doubt be remembered as the moment when RedCortex burst onto the big stage, having won so many impressive contracts with leading organisations throughout Wales.


The party was an opportunity to both reflect on the successes of the company to date as well as look forward to the things to come. Our founders, Martyn Mathews and Martin Britton, shared insights into the origin of the company,  and their vision for the future. Both saw the need to transition organisations in Wales away from their traditional IT infrastructures and into the cloud. Top of the list of target clients was organisations in the public sector still using outdated and inefficient IT infrastructures. Public sector agencies not only required better IT systems, but also education showing them what they could achieve with the right technology behind them. The vision to create a Wales based Microsoft partner specialising in Cloud Transformation is now a reality.


The founders wrapped up by thanking the team for all their hard work and commitment to the cause and talked about their excitement for the company’s plans in the future.


RedCortex has established itself as a significant player in the digital transformation industry, 2019 is the culmination of many years of hard work and team building. With the recent office move to Trafalgar House, the company is in the strongest position it has ever been in to drive value for its customers.