Ospreys Rugby are delighted to announce a new long-term strategic partnership with Keytree, an international award-winning business technology consultancy and product developer.
Headquartered in London’s Covent Garden and operating globally, Keytree works with some of the biggest brands in the business world, including BP, British Gas and Jaguar Land Rover, as well as Governmental departments and organisations such as the UK Ministry of Justice and Transport for London.
Keytree specialises in the design and build of apps to solve complex integration challenges and provide cloud infrastructure to enable companies to become leaner, faster and more agile in a fast-changing technological business world.
The company has recently opened a new regional hub in Port Talbot, creating highly skilled technology jobs in the town with the aim of developing a centre for innovation in South Wales.
The partnership will see the two organisations working closely together, with a series of key projects already in the pipeline while, as a strategic partner, Keytree will benefit from the increased branding and exposure opportunities available from the association with the Ospreys.
On making the announcement Dan McNamara, Keytree CEO, said:
“We are thrilled to become an Ospreys partner. They are a fantastic club, integral to and passionate about the local community. As a new employer in the region we share their values and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with them and the wider community.”
Huw Warren, Head of Commercial, Ospreys Rugby, added:
“Keytree is an innovative forward-thinking business that works with a host of world leading companies. Recognised as a market leader globally, they have invested into this region, providing employment opportunities and, sharing a similar outlook to us, understand the benefit of working closely with the Ospreys.
“Everybody involved on both sides of this partnership is excited about the opportunities it provides and we look forward to working together over the coming months and seasons.”