Purple Consultancy added to digital services Public Sector framework

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City of London-based digital transformation consultancy Purple has been awarded a place on the Public Sector framework for the supply of digital services. 

The latest version of the framework, managed by Crown Commercial Services [CCS], offers a forum of recommended digital service suppliers for the public sector, divided into four different lots: Digital outcomes, digital specialists, user research studios and user research participants. 

In being awarded a place on the framework for digital outcomes and digital specialists, Purple now joins 3,475 other successful UK technology firms, of which 94% are SMEs. 

Digital transformation 

With extensive experience in executing successful digital transformation strategies for organisations under the public sector umbrella, the new framework will provide Purple with the opportunity to increase its market share, whilst helping many of these organisations drive meaningful change that increases stakeholder engagement and delivers competitive advantage. 

“The Purple team and I are incredibly excited to have been awarded a place on the public sector framework for digital specialists and digital outcomes”, CEO, Alistair Sergeant, said.

“Public Sector organisations are very focused on their end users but could significantly improve end user experience and resulting engagement through the implementation of an effective digital transformation strategy that combines people, processes and technology to deliver long-term and effective change. 

“We now look forward to meeting and working with these organisations to make this a reality.”

Founded in 2013, Purple said it is the UK’s fastest growing digital transformation consultancy working with business leaders to successfully deliver positive outcomes through correct use of people, process technology and culture. 

The consultancy operates across a host of public and private sectors including higher education, insurance and legal industries and in June 2019 launched the UK’s first Digital Leader Summit, which welcomed over 100 business leaders looking to drive digital change within their own organisations. 

Dedicated to helping the UK public sector save money when buying goods and services, CCS is the biggest public procurement organisation in the UK. 

This is the fourth version of the digital services framework to be launched by the organisation and is expected to run until the end of September 2020.

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