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Biodiversity on the River Suir

Veri are delighted to be apart of this environmental initiative involving so many agencies. Please contact us by emailing info@veri.ie or ringing 087 6874887 if you are interested in participating.

Managing your Christmas Quality System

 ”A quality management system is a collection of business processes focused on consistently meeting customer requirements and enhancing their satisfaction.” At this time of year, we at Veri believe everyone could benefit from checking our “personal” quality system, as well as our business systems. Are you meeting your own requirements and enhancing your own satisfaction? […]

Ireland Tops the List for Integration of Technology in Business

    A recent Veri article, 5 Reasons You Should Consider Digitisation, discussed the many benefits of going digital for business; from data accessibility to cost efficiency, the argument is undoubtedly persuasive.  It is becoming increasingly clear that the businesses of Ireland are embracing this era of change, with The Digital Economy and Society Index […]

The Importance of Data in Reliability

As is the nature of startups, my job here at Veri involves many different disciplines on a daily basis. One such discipline is Site Reliability Engineering (SRE). SRE incorporates various aspects of software engineering and infrastructure management in order to ensure that we deliver highly reliable and robust software to our customers. Achieving this however, […]

5 Reasons You Should Consider Digitisation.

The old adage, it’s not done until you have it written down, is more apt now than ever. We are accountable for every action and must be able to produce the records to prove that the work has been completed. This process is costly. The data contained within these records are the lifeline of any […]

Data Collection has Improved my Performance

“I am a runner because I run. Not because I run fast, not because I run far. I am a runner because I say I am and no one can tell me I’m not” John Bingham   I am a runner. I will certainly never win any races, but I have run 5k, 10k and […]

TD Magazine Featuring Ann-Marie McSorley

The Irish Institute of Training and Development have a digital magazine that’s published three times a year. It’s an invaluable resource for the profession. The latest issues the industry faces are always addressed along with interviews and best practices. The latest publication is no exception.   Text so full of useful content, that it requires […]

I upgraded my personal UI.

6 years ago I moved to Ireland from my native Belarus. After a couple of days shopping in Dublin’s Stephen’s Green and Ikea, I explored the medieval beauty of my new hometown. I needed to find a doctor in my new surroundings and on my first visit I had a funny experience. I almost missed […]

Fail to Prepare, Prepare to Fail

 It is amazing how your professional life seeps into your thoughts when you least expect it. I see so many places where the software that I work on daily could save people time and money. The digitisation of processes and quality assurance would benefit most organisations. The ability to review in real time would make […]