Equal Experts and CORADIX Technology Consulting Have Announced a New Partnership

Equal Experts | July 07, 2021

Equal Experts, a leading worldwide agile digital consultancy, has announced a new collaboration with CORADIX Technology Consulting, the experts in Canadian government contract management and service delivery, to assist the Canadian federal government with digital modernization.

“Equal Experts has years of expertise providing large-scale, complex digital services for the UK government.” “At Equal Experts, we help digital design products, scale enterprises with a digital platform, and engineer data for meaningful insight,” said Kev Gray, Partnership Lead.

“By combining Equal Experts’ experience providing large scale complex services to the government with our expertise in Canadian government contract management and service delivery matched with government standards,” says Colin Wood, VP of Sales at CORADIX.

Equal Experts and CORADIX will be able to assist more clients by partnering.

About Equal Experts
Equal Experts, founded in 2007 to challenge the traditional consulting model, currently has over 1,000 expert consultants specializing in digital product delivery. We collaborate with technology leaders facing complex business problems to bring about the transformational change required to sustain innovation. We do this by enabling them to use a digital platform to enhance data quality, apply design thinking, integrate modern engineering methods, and innovate at scale.

CORADIX, founded in 1995, is a privately owned Canadian company with a growing workforce of over 400 employees in the National Capital Region. We collaborate with our clients to provide the best solution to their business problems. Management consulting, system development, and application support are some of our specialties.


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