Techolony are a professional services organisation that drive value through some of the largest programmes in the UK across Financial Services, Government, Insurance, Retail, Oil and Gas and Automotive. We understand the complexity of multi-supplier contracts. Collaboration is at our core.More about us
Here at Techolony, we recognise that skills and knowledge advancement are the heartbeat of a quality organisation. By working closely with our learning partners, we provide huge value to our customers and associates for our classroom based ICT courses and mentoring schemes.More about training
From solution design to service transitions our Consulting team have extensive experience in ICT management and delivery.
Whether it’s assessing your current project delivery capability, shaping a robust PMO service or flexing your programme teams.
Access to the UKs finest ICT and management courses at dedicated training centres around the UK.. with eye watering discounts.
Flexible and affordable. Techolony can give you access to the brightest and best for your interim workforce needs.
As a white label services provider, we operate as an extension of your organisation, so your customers recognition of a quality service can be directed at you, your team and your brand.
Do you have an IT problem and no one else can help? Maybe you could hire the ITeam. Is ‘The Agency’ letting you down or are their freelancers not getting the job done? Are your IT Solutions taking too long to deliver or costing too much?
Value Driven Professional Services Solutions. Read more about our performance measured contracts with finance retention incentives to our customers.
Joining the Techolony Associates family brings a wide range of benefits. We're looking for talented individuals
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