Corporate Responsibility

At Trilogy Technologies, we believe that the development of personal skills and talents can greatly contribute to personal well-being and ambition. We believe in supporting culture in our community and the development of our industry.

The Hibernian Orchestra

Trilogy Technologies provides on-going support to The Hibernian Orchestra, Ireland’s leading voluntary ensemble.

Under the baton of their artistic director, John Finucane, the orchestra performs a wide repertoire of symphonic and chamber music works. Its ambition is to support young artists developing their music careers as future professionals and continuing to bring classical music to Dublin audiences.

The Hibernian Orchestra

The Ark Cultural Centre for Children

Trilogy Technologies is proud to sponsor The Ark, a cultural centre for children. The Ark introduces children to the joy, wonder and creativity of the arts.

At the Ark, children aged two to twelve explore everything from theatre, music and literature to painting, film, dance and more. This is an excellent way to nurture hungry young imaginations.

As a Gold Corporate ArkAngel we support the creation of new and engaging workshops in theatre and music for children.

The Ark Cultural Centre for Children

The Irish Software Association (ISA)

Trilogy has a long association with The Irish Software Association (ISA), of which Edel Creely has been Chairperson of the Executive Council and Chaired various working groups throughout the years.

ISA is the representative body for Irish software technology companies. It enables companies in the Irish software sector to scale globally through pathways of connections, knowledge and influence across the enterprise ecosystem. ISA is a forum for entrepreneurs to share ideas, develop their skills, meet investors, influence public policy, and create world-class companies through forums such as ISA Techbrew, ISA Awards, ISA CEO Forum, ISA ISIN and ISA Software Skillnet.

Ireland’s technological skills and knowledge is a crucial part of our story. We believe that those involved in the technology sector have a responsibility to support the on-going development of training and education for the sector to ensure Ireland’s skill-base continues to be at the cutting edge.



The Irish Software Association (ISA)