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The Scottish Government has named CompanyNet as one of a handful of businesses to be awarded a place on the Application Design and Development Services (ADDS) framework.
ADDS is a national framework created to provide Scottish public- and third-sector bodies with one-stop access to commercial arrangements for procuring a range of development services.
The appointment puts us in an even better place to offer application design and build, testing, deployment and integration services to those sectors, as well as associated services such as hosting.
Iain McIntyre, Director of Public Sector Engagement at CompanyNet, said: “We’re very pleased to announce our inclusion on the ADDS framework. This is a huge credit to the strength and quality of our work and our people.
“It gives CompanyNet an increased opportunity to collaborate with the public sector, using technology to make our vision of improved public services for the people of Scotland a reality.”
The framework enables us to offer our services to public bodies in a range of areas including local authorities, higher education, justice, heritage and health.
The ADDS framework requires that companies meet the needs of the Scottish public sector’s leading ‘Digital First’ strategy, including:
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