Cricket Ireland Pass IT Test

Cricket Ireland has announced a new partnership with IT services company Test Triangle in a deal that will see the company provide a range of IT support services to the national governing body.

Dublin-based Test Triangle was founded in 2012 and provides IT consultancy and support services to a range of industries, including Banking and Finance, Healthcare, Retail, IT and Education. The company employs over 200 staff and numbers AIB, Aviva, KBC Bank and Intel among its clients.

“The growth of cricket over the last decade has not only been a credit to those within the cricket family, but also to our committed and enthusiastic commercial partners,” said Cricket Ireland Commercial Director Denis Cousins.

“Today we extend a warm welcome to Praveen and his team from Test Triangle to this group of dedicated supporters.”

“It is crucial with commercial sponsorships to find partners that share common values and can leverage the relationship to mutual benefit.”

“In Test Triangle, we have a team that will bring their core expertise to help sustain and grow our sport.”

“Test Triangle is very proud that we have become the official IT Services Partner for Cricket Ireland,” added Praveen Madire, CEO of Test Triangle.

“As well as its vast and devoted worldwide following, cricket has a long and distinguished history in Ireland and is growing in both participation and popularity.”

“As a fast-growing Irish IT services company ourselves, we hope to utilise our expertise in supporting Cricket Ireland in its mission along with showcasing our own emerging range of leading edge technological services to an expanding Irish and global audience.”

The partnership, starting in February 2019, will be for an initial two-year period.

Cricket Ireland will host England in an international match at Malahide in May before heading for a historic first full Test Match at Lords in July of this year.  Turkish Airlines are the main sponsor of the sport here with Toyota, O’Neill’s Hanley Energy and many more on board as supporters.




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