“A world where digital identity delivers safe and transparent information exchange between people and services.”
Condatis builds straightforward, practical solutions for a digital landscape where assured digital identity is key to streamlining services.
Working with public sector organisations and global commercial brands, we re-envision the way people use their digital identity to interact online efficiently and securely.
Sitekit Systems Ltd (company number 08473243), trading as Condatis®, is part of Sitekit Ltd (company number SC116007).
Our registered office address is Bloxham Mill, Barford Road, Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 4FF.
Our Edinburgh office address is Links House, Suite 3/1, 15 Links Place, Edinburgh, EH6 7EZ.
Our core values
In everything we do, the customer comes first. We look at their business challenges and aim to create solutions that yield results.
Working ‘agile’ means we develop code iteratively: requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between our self-organising, cross-functional teams.
Innovation is key to everything we do. It means understanding the core challenge and taking a new approach.
Honest and transparent
We do our best to keep everyone in the organisation informed of our goals and results. We don’t believe in offices with closed doors or restricted access to senior managers.
Our name comes from the Celtic god “Condatis” and is associated with the convergence of rivers. Condatis is the guardian of this process, ensuring:
- Clarity & transparency: data is aggregated in the right way, at the right time – and this is clearly explained to users
- Flowing & fast-moving: data moves between devices and systems easily and swiftly – delivering an exemplary user experience
- Adaptive: our solutions respond to your business needs allowing you to adapt to a fast-moving technology landscape
Our story so far
Following record growth of our IAM product and service offerings, we launch a ‘brand’ new name in digital identity: Condatis. Under our new name we conduct all activities that we previously did under the name Sitekit Systems.
New global clients in banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI)
Our customer base grows and following a successful PoC, we win a major contract with an international payment provider to design and deliver a global universal identity layer that supports user owned and controlled identities.
Identity for Government
Central Government clients engage with us as identity subject matter experts and we embark on innovative projects in secure digital identity. At the end of 2017, we expand to a new Edinburgh office, offering twice the space of our old office.
We sign on lighthouse clients Nuffield Health, Bupa and Lloyd’s Register to test the identity capabilities of Microsoft Azure; our reputation as an authority on digital identity consolidates.
Digital identity powers interoperability
Through the dallas programme, we become a subject matter expert in digital citizen identity as the fundamental building block for interoperable solutions. Our team successfully designs and implements a vouching solution, where a medical professional confirms the identity of a patient. Our (gold) partnership with Microsoft is cemented; giving us access to Microsoft’s latest technology and commercial strategy
Using technology to improve the health and well-being of citizens
The UK Government launches the dallas (delivering assisted living lifestyles at scale) programme to develop innovative digital health; we win a place in all dallas consortia as a recognised technical authority.
Emphasis on innovation
Sitekit CMS is going strong, powering the websites of large volumes of customers and winning international awards. To sustain our growth, we focus increasingly on R&D; and in July 2008 MIT Professor Mike Grandinetti officially opens Sitekit Labs, a division that works exclusively on developing innovative new technologies.
From then on, it is Sitekit Ltd
Sitekit CMS is so popular with clients that founders Campbell and Chris decide to rename Gael.net to Sitekit Ltd. By then, the CMS is already on its third version; Sitekit CMS v3.
It’s a new millennium
Chris Eckl joins Campbell Grant to deliver one of the world’s first content management systems: Sitekit CMS. They debut their product at the CeBIT conference in Germany.
Riding the waves of the web
As the ‘World Wide Web’ starts getting more traction, Bambi Engineering rebrands to Gael.net and starts to focus on delivering website, e-business and multimedia solutions.
Where it all starts
Isle of Skye (Scotland, UK) native Campbell Grant sets up a consultancy firm called Bambi Engineering, providing computer control systems for the oil and gas industry.
We are humbled to work with our amazing partners, jointly creating identity solutions that shape the digital world of tomorrow.
Interested in partnering with us? Learn more about our partner programme by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org