Beriah Join TIGA

August 4, 2009

TIGA, the trade association representing the UK's games industry, today announced Beriah as its newest member.

Beriah is a co-development company, which specialises in providing the games industry with flexible, modular development services. The team at Beriah are experienced in helping studios with a range of solutions from reducing development costs to overcoming bandwidth issues, bolstering R&D, tools or tech work, or improving creativity.

Kevin Hassall, Beriah Managing Director, explains: Put simply, at Beriah we free developers from their resource constraints and help them find practical solutions to development challenges. Every developer and every issue is different and as such every solution is unique. Our flexibility and experience allow us to tailor make a unique program for each issue, which means the client is always getting the very best in terms of quality, efficiency and cost effectiveness.

On joining TIGA Hassall adds: We are impressed by the work TIGA is doing to help UK developers address the issues they face in terms of skills shortages and recruitment through the Play Together initiatives. In these turbulent times we need practical programs like this to support the UK games industry and we hope to work with TIGA on this and similar initiatives in the future.

Richard Wilson, TIGA CEO stated: Our members often face a number of quite unique challenges due to thecyclical nature of game development. Companies like Beriah are adept in assisting games businesses find the best solutions to these problems. Beriahs expertise and knowledge will make an important contribution to the TIGA community.


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