We work alongside brilliant public servants to modernise technology and accelerate digital delivery.
“We want to build and deliver
modern services that meet user needs.”
New policy changes cannot be met
Services failing to meet user needs
Lacking delivery skills and capabilities
Need support to deliver agile projects
Must follow government open standards
We empower public sector organisations to deliver user-centric digital services by supporting them at every point in the delivery lifecycle, from discovery through alpha and beta to running live services.
“Our data is a mess - locked away
and adding nothing to our decisions.”
Lots of repetitive manual entry
Low quality, inconsistent data
Locked away in legacy systems
No single view for decision makers
Unable to benefit from ML and AI
“Our skills and capabilities are holding
us back from delivering modern software.”
Digital and technology skills shortage
Outdated tools and ways of working
Limited cloud & open source knowledge
Too much spent on external consultants
No talent pipeline or in-house training
We will identify which skills are missing in your organisation and then work alongside your team to deliver software, while helping you to develop capabilities and future talent.
“Legacy applications are increasing risk
across our organisation. We must act now.”
Cyber security risks are increasing
Systems aren't designed around user needs
Maintainability and support issues
Unnecessarily high data centre costs
Making changes is slow
Our legacy transformation process allows you to iteratively modernise legacy applications so you can reduce costs, generate operational efficiencies and increase your team's capabilities.
Legacy technology is one of the biggest threats to public sector organisations.
Whether you’ve started your journey already or don’t know where to begin, this book has been written to guide you to define and implement the right approach for your organisation.
We turned a beta product into a secure and scalable solution that supports 200,000 active weekly users.