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We’re helping ambitious clients on their digital journey, designing and supporting the delivery of radical and disruptive change. This is helping to manage demand, drive new services and products and think more commercially about the customer experience

Crown Commercial Service Supplier

Digital First helps ambitious clients on their digital journey, providing insight and guidance on their strategies, design change programmes and work with internal teams to deliver priority projects, improve the customer experience, exploit commercial opportunities and secure efficiencies.

As a G-Cloud Provider we directly support our clients and broker wider digital partnerships to bring specialist services and people to offer integrated solutions.

Digital First is also an accredited supplier on the NEPRO framework

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Our Brokerage Partnership

Digital First is developing a broad network of partners that we work with and can broker or bring to a contractual relationship a wide range of digital capacity. This includes digital service support such as authentication, customer portals & CRM dev, Mobile technology solutions, Master data management and data analytics, Cloud migration design, delivery and hosting, web and CMS dev, enterprise and technology solution specialist resource, digital leadership coaching and development, agile training, coaching and delivery and programme and project management specialist resource.

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Leaders ‘struggling’ with digital transformation ambition
25th, October 2016

Public sector leaders are becoming increasingly frustrated with the slow progress made towards a fully digital government, according to a report. Deloitte’s latest annual The State of the State study, recently, assesses public services...

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Cloud Computing Spending Continues to Rise
16th, September 2016

Digital First thinks that we are still only on the cusp of seeing a dramatic shift from traditional on-premise data centres to cloud infrastructure, accessible anywhere, anytime and more securely.  The trend continues with...

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Microsoft opens UK Azure and Office 365 data centres
9th, September 2016

Microsoft has announced the opening of new data centres in the UK to allow customers to use the firm’s cloud services knowing that the data remains in the country. The new facilities in Cardiff,...

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58 days ago from @DigitalFirstHQ

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