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Glamorgan Cricket Sign Leading IT Firm



Glamorgan Cricket has agreed a new partnership with leading IT specialists, Jellyfish Business Solutions.


The three-year deal sees the Cardiff based company become the official IT partner of the club, providing day to day tech support as well as a host of other IT services.

“We are delighted to have won the tender,” said David Vaughan, Director of Sales at Jellyfish Business Solutions, “and look forward to helping Glamorgan implement their IT strategy over the coming years.”

After a rigorous selection process, Jellyfish came out on top thanks in part to their extensive experience and ability to tailor-make a solution, as Head of Commercial Huw Warren explained,

“We underwent a stringent tender process, and Jellyfish were the standout candidates, both with their knowledge of the club and our infrastructure, and we look forward to working with them over the coming years.”

As part of the partnership, Jellyfish Business Solutions will also sponsor the family stand, which will be rebranded as the ‘Jellyfish Family Stand’. Further collaboration with the club will see them become an official box holder at Sophia Gardens.

“We are thrilled to secure this tender win,” said CEO of Jellyfish, Paul Maddocks, “and our sponsorship of the family stand not only gives us significant brand exposure, but it fits in perfectly with our community engagement strategy.”


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