As an approved supplier on the Government’s new Digital Outcomes and Specialists Framework (DOS) 2, our focus on great people, Agile development, and technical excellence makes us an ideal public sector software solutions partner.

The public sector is under increasing pressure to operate with greater efficiency. Our people, Agile approach and technical excellence combine to make us an ideal partner to achieve maximum value for the public sector. We are currently working with the Office for National Statistics and the Home Office and our people have experience delivering projects for the following agencies:


We recognise that applications require strong, user-centric design decisions to be made from the foundations up to be both effective and beautiful. We offer a full consultation service including product discovery, user research, information architecture, content strategy, and visual and interaction design.


We pride ourselves on the depth and breadth of our expertise, in a wide range of modern technologies, but also in varied and complex arenas. Our objective is to help you meet your objectives, by producing the best possible software solution for your needs. By engaging fully with you using Agile project delivery methods and offering our unbiased and informed opinion, we can ensure best practice is followed, the right technology is selected for your application and that it is able to achieve best-in-class performance, not only at launch, but on an ongoing basis.


Our consultants have experience across a broad range of technologies and projects spanning both front and back end development. We can work with you in an integrated or autonomous way to complement your in-house skills.


We have a clear focus on value for money, and adopt a flexible approach to ensure that your project goals are effectively met. We use Agile methods such as Scrum, as well as more process-driven techniques such as PRINCE2. Many public sector IT projects are now undertaken by SMEs working in partnership with larger suppliers. Frequently working alongside other suppliers and with remote, multi-supplier virtual teams, we have a proven track record of delivering results in this way.

Government now aims to increase its spending with SMEs to 33 per cent by 2020

National Audit Office, March 2016