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New Partners and Associates

Digital First has an established and growing network of trusted partners and associates that collaborate to deliver joined-up solutions to our clients.

This approach offers a genuine alternative to organisations that may have previously relied upon a single large organisation to meet all their requirements – a model we think no longer works (if it ever did).

Instead bringing the best of talented and experienced individuals, specialists and SMEs that offer innovative Services, products and solutions under one partnership brings a genuinely disruptive alternative to the market.

So join us, increase our bandwidth and offering to the market and share the mutual benefits.

Please email at [email protected], call me on 07801038155 on fill in some details below and I will get in touch for a chat.

Stephen Gray


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"Sunderland is moving towards an exciting new era of digital innovation and new forms of service delivery for our citizens. DigitalFirst have effectively supported us in defining and taking forward new concepts such as the creation of an intelligence hub and new shared service models to help bring new partnerships to the Council. This moves forward our digital agenda."

Mike Poulter, Head of Service Transformation

Sunderland is a leading digital council, with its software city concept. The Council needed to innovate and develop a new approach to handling big data. With this objective it created its requirements for an intelligence hub.

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