SystemsUp and our parent company, the managed cloud services provider iomart, have been approved as suppliers to Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) 4 – the latest iteration of the UK government’s framework for procuring public sector digital transformation services.
Our expertise in the design, delivery and performance of digital services is available from today (1st October 2019) as the updated DOS framework goes live via the Digital Marketplace. Public sector organisations will be able to select individual consultants or teams of engineers with specific capabilities to work on all aspects of their transformation projects.
SystemsUp Approved for Digital Outcomes and Specialists 4
The range of expertise available from us includes: data analysis and visualisation; security threat modelling and vulnerability testing; agile delivery and project management; network support and operations; testing and auditing; user research; and user experience and design.
Nick Martin, Managing Director of SystemsUp, added: “Effective digital transformation is about empowering the people in the organisation and ensuring a positive end user experience. We can help public sector organisations navigate that journey successfully by offering expert support at all stages of a project in the short, medium and the long term.”
Declan Sharpe, Director of Sales for iomart, said: “Digital transformation projects in the public sector often present challenges which can’t necessarily be addressed by the in-house teams tasked with delivering them. Our presence on this framework gives those teams access to a vast array of highly accredited technical engineers and consultants who are able to provide the additional specialist input needed to ensure that each project has a successful outcome.”
Both iomart and SystemsUp already provide their services to a number of government organisations and local authorities and are approved suppliers via G-Cloud 11.
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