RDT’s employees recently organised a night out to The Century Club in Maidstone to play pool for the evening.
They had seven pool tables to play on, with 16 of our people taking part in the event.
The evening started with four groups of four people playing a round robin format of matches, with the same points system as we use in the office when we have company pool competitions. (more…)
I am Sam Jones and I am a Business Analyst here at RDT.
Before working for RDT I worked for four years at an insurance company which gave me a really solid understanding of general insurance. This understanding of insurance underpins everything that I do as a business analyst here.
I have been given an opportunity by RDT to gain qualifications including my BCS BA Diploma. This opportunity for self-development gives me a platform to put into practice the acquired skills, both technical and functional, for the benefit of RDT and our clients. (more…)
RDT’s staff have again proved their all-round brilliance, this time by coming first in a go-karting endurance race against other IT companies.
RDT entered two teams to the eight-team, 90-minute race in Crawley last month. Laps took about 28 seconds and the teams were allowed to switch drivers as often as they liked.
RDT’s team with Elmaret Peters, Tom Brewer and Colin Smith came in fourth place, while the smaller team consisting of Will O’Shea and Jeremy Pridmore (both standing in the picture) came in first. The pair denied suggestions that they had the best kart, and said that they won because they had the best drivers.