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d3t Ltd


11 July 2016 10:44


The Runcorn based work for hire software development company, d3t, has expanded its Senior Leadership Team with the appointment of new General Manager, Richard Badger, it was announced today.

Richard will be focusing on business operations, internal processes and improvements, as well as working closely with d3t’s Directors on the development and production side of the business.

Richard crossed paths with d3t founders and Directors Steve Powell and Jamie Campbell several years ago, while working at Digital Image Design, Rage and Juice Games. But it was while working at the BBC that Richard had the opportunity to work with them again, this time as d3t, on CBeebies projects.

"The BBC outsourced a couple of projects to d3t and the calibre of their work and team really impressed me. When I saw they needed a General Manager it seemed a natural progression for me. The recruitment process is really thorough, but worth it! I was delighted to be offered the post. I want to keep driving the business forward, while retaining the vibrant and collaborative culture that I believe is the key to d3t’s success. The team goes the extra mile, not because they have to, but because they want to. It really shows in the work they produce and the levels of customer service offered."

Richard brings extensive experience to d3t. From his beginnings, bedroom coding back in the 80s, Richard went on to gain a degree in Engineering & Computing and a Masters in Software Engineering. Ten years working as a programmer, senior developer, lead programmer and producer for a number of games houses saw Richard work on the critically acclaimed Juice Racing franchise, Xbox Live Lamborghini Racer and Warhammer – Kill Team.

In 2011 Richard joined BBC Future, the BBC’s media division, initially managing development of their iPlayer products across set-top boxes, games consoles and smart TVs, before moving over to BBC Children as Group Engineering Manager. In this role Richard built and managed development, QA and project teams, ensuring the appropriate infrastructure and processes were in place for the BBC to continue to evolve their digital portfolio of websites, apps and games.

d3t’s Commercial Director Jamie Campbell said,

"We’re delighted that Richard has joined us a couple of days before our fifth birthday. We have grown substantially in the last year delivering a diverse range of projects across the gaming sector, heritage sector and within the wider business community. Richard’s experience will prove invaluable in continuing to take d3t forward."

d3t celebrates five years in business this month, with the last year alone seeing the workforce more than double to 32. The company specialises in providing outsourced software services to the gaming, heritage and business sectors with recent projects delivered for household names, SEGA and Sony Playstation. Continued growth enables d3t to fly the flag, home and abroad, for the world class development talent available in the north west region.

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About d3t Ltd

d3t is a purely work-for-hire software development company. We do not develop our own IP which means we are 100% focused on delivering excellence for clients. Founded in 2011 by Jamie Campbell and Steve Powell, we now employ 32 talented individuals. Software development is delivered across three service areas: 'Games and Gaming Technology', 'Serious Games and Education' and 'App and Business Software Development'.

Projects completed so far in 2016 include:
Super Stardust Ultra VR and Invasion Zone for PlayStation®VR,
SEGA Mega Drive Classics Hub,
ColliderCase (groundbreaking museum technology),
CBeebies Andy's Dino Fun,
Software for the Forever Project, a 3d interactive programme that will preserve the voice of Holocaust survivors for generations to come at the National Holocaust Centre and Museum.

We have also delivered interactive multi-user 3d training simulations, smartphone and tablet app developments, systems integrations and is at the leading edge of Virtual Reality technology.

Depending on the work involved, we can be seen as a consultancy, an outsourcing company, a provider of contract services, or an extension to your own team. We are based in Runcorn and deliver projects worldwide, showcasing the development talent that exists in the north west of England.

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