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Connamara – Is not a Consulting Firm

Over the years, when asked about Connamara, I have typically described our company as “a software consulting firm specializing in Financial Technology”.

I was recently at a social event when I was asked about Connamara. Finally, after fifteen years of getting it wrong, I got it right. I said, “Connamara is a software engineering company, we build financial technology for the Capital Markets”. I don’t believe that we should demean ourselves by referring to us as “consultants”. Consultants main work products are hot air and slide decks. We design, engineer, and deliver large scale, complex software systems that provides value to our customers. “Consultants” can’t do that.

So the next time someone asks you about Connamara, just remember who we are and what we do – Engineering.

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