ADM Cloudtech became Crown Commercial Services Digital Outcomes and Specialist suppliers for the second year in a row. Becoming CCS partner enables ADM Cloudtech to shape the digital future of British public sector.

The Digital Outcomes and Specialist category that ADM Cloudtech became partner of, consists of four sections – Digital Outcome, Digital Specialist, User research and User research participants. The Digital Outcomes category allows listed companies to offer a team-led service covering everything from design, security and development to support and user experience.
The Digital Specialist category is meant for utilising the skills of experts to work on a specific part of a project. The roles include coaches, analysts, developers, product managers, quality assurance experts, architects and many others.

ADM Cloudtech are successfully able to bid on Outcomes and Specialist tenders with more than 180 experts from Estonia and the UK.

“As cloud and digital experts, we are very pleased to have been awarded for the second year running the opportunity to help the British public sector on their digital journey. The benefits the framework offers to ADM Cloudtech is having a clear understanding of the scope, timeline, and budget beforehand. This only helps to ensure the focus remains with the design and delivering of the service in a timely manner. We look forward to being a part of something which helps enhance the public sector for the future,” said Kevin London, ADM Cloudtech UK Managing Director.

For the British public sector organisations, the framework allows to easily choose a right business that fits not only the technical element but also cultural fit and budget.

“This is a digital platform and therefore offering the remote aspect of working is accepted with most tenders. It is especially important due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that restricts travelling and face-to-face meetings,” said Kevin London.

In 2020, ADM Cloudtech was successful in the British government’s cloud services framework procurement in all categories for the third year in a row.