Swarm has been awarded a place on the Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 Framework (DOS3).
This framework is a selection of pre-approved suppliers, selected to tender for central government and public sector digital projects. Swarm is delighted to have secured its place on the framework for the second time. This new DOS3 version was launched by CCS in July this year.
Swarm has worked closely in the past with a range of public sector organisations. Joining this framework will allow the company to build on these established relationships. Delivering bespoke software to universities worldwide and collaborating on projects to accelerate R&D within multiple sectors have been areas of focus for Swarm since it launched in 2011. Swarm has previously provided software to the NHS as well as other organisations in the public health sector. They have also recently partnered with the Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI), working together to encourage Scotland’s younger generations to come up with inspiring Health-Tech solutions.
Swarm designs, creates and delivers bespoke applications across mobile, web, enterprise and cloud. Working with the latest technologies on projects incorporating Artificial Intelligence, IoT, connected homes, data security, machine learning and experiential technology.
Swarm’s Client Services Director, Tony McKenzie, said: “It’s great to have been awarded this place on the framework. We’re delighted to be able to build on our previous success within the public sector. Increasing our reach with the types of organisations delivering transformation and making a real impact across sectors to which cutting edge technology is becoming increasingly crucial. As we approach the start of our 9th year delivering innovative software to a range of blue chip clients, we’re excited to expand and grow on this success. Delivering transformational solutions to companies in the public sector allows us to share our technical expertise and therefore help organisations realise success quickly.”