With ever shrinking IT budgets due to the government’s austerity measures to tackle the financial deficit, the need to evaluate what systems to implement at the most affordable cost, has never been so crucial within the Public Sector. Reviewing ways to reduce system purchase, management and licensing costs whilst maximising the use of all of the features and benefits available from those systems is crucial to ensure that maximum value and ROI is achieved as quickly as possible.
Northdoor’s consultative approach to designing new environments or re-designing existing environments, implementing those designs and providing overlaying support services where required has helped numerous NHS Trusts and Local Authorities to achieve those objectives by:
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust - Digital Transformation in the Public Sector
Northdoor Design & Build New Business Intelligence Reporting Solution for London Charity Addaction
"RiskXchange helps us facilitate sometimes tricky security analysis with our suppliers, making it an integral part of our vendor risk management program."Miguel Fiallos - CIO
The Trust now meets NHS regulations and can quickly and accurately pseudonymise data sets.
"Northdoor helped us to clearly understand what our migration options are from a SQL Server environment design and licensing perspective. Their work has helped us to minimise costs"Garry Tatton - Asst Dir. of Operations
The whitepaper designed to help public bodies exploit new ways of working smarter, while still delivering their core services to the public.
The publication of a new thought-leadership whitepaper is promoting discussion on the ways that ‘Digital First’ adoption is progressing in the UK Public Sector.
By enabling organisations to consolidate and modernise their data estates, Northdoor is helping to deliver significant TCO reductions, whilst improving performance.
Northdoor has been presented with a 2018 European IT & Software Excellence Award in the Data Management Solution of the Year category for our project for Addaction.