Cruarch Associates is now registered on the UK Government’s Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) framework

Cruarch Associates Limited is excited to announce that we are now part of Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS), the UK Government Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework for suppliers of teams (Outcomes) and individuals (Specialists) for the public sector. The framework came into effect in March 2016, and will be in place for an initial nine-month period.


Cruarch Associates Limited is a consultancy practice providing access to experienced interim managers with experience across a range of sectors and a wide skill base. We can help undertake analysis for public and private sector organisations to evaluate performance, improve business processes, develop new propositions and undertake modelling and forecasting work to help develop change and transformation. Our ethos is simple, we enjoy working with organisations to improve their efficiency, minimise operating risks and deliver effective services and products.


In addition to providing Digital Outcomes and Specialists services Cruarch Associates also provide Cloud Services through the UK Government G-Cloud 7 framework. The Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework allows the public sector to be more agile and open in a simplified procurement process, whilst ensuring maximum value is extracted from every commercial relationship.


Cruarch Associates will provide digital experts to design and deliver robust and scalable solutions for the technology, healthcare, transport, finance, smart city and IoT industries and we look forward to working with public and private sector bodies to build and support digital technology services and solutions.


Please do not hesitate to get in contact us if you would like to discuss accessing our services through this framework or independently, and how we can work with you to develop your technology digital solutions and services.

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