Following a competitive tender process Bridgeall were appointed by Scottish Government as the hosting, support and development supplier for the Scottish Government and Community Justice Scotland’s (CJS) offender risk assessment and case management system (also known as LS/CMI).
The Scottish Prison Service were looking to migrate data
The Scottish National Investment Bank (“the Bank”), Scotland’s first development investment bank, were using Power BI to report on investment data contained in their Salesforce instance. Whilst using Power BI, they found several reports were growing in popularity and becoming increasingly difficult to manage. Bridgeall worked with the team to provide advice and guidance on best practice, as well as assistance with data modelling and report development to ensure the team had confidence to enhance their reporting processes and effectively leverage the capabilities of Power BI.
With an increasing number of remote staff, Ofsted wanted
The Growth Company, an award-winning social enterprise based in Manchester, were looking to improve the way mentors and mentees were matched within their leadership mentoring platform iMentor. Bridgeall was tasked to modernise and reengineer the bespoke platform to deliver more accurate matches and create a better user experience.
The Scottish National Investment Bank (“the Bank”) were looking to replace the Scottish Government technology solution and managed service, they were operating on at launch. After a competitive tender process, Bridgeall were appointed to implement and support a new tailored solution that included the procurement, setup and ongoing support of several goods and services.
West Lothian College had been facing a host of problems as a result of their outdated intranet system. Several unused sites and scattered information meant their employees were struggling to collaborate efficiently. Bridgeall worked with West Lothian College to create a new SharePoint intranet, prepare a review and provide suitable recommendations to modernise their existing intranet.
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland required a new and modern intranet that would help them improve search capabilities to find critical information more efficiently. Bridgeall worked with the team to deliver a modern SharePoint intranet solution.
As part of an ongoing strategy to migrate to cloud-based services, The Security Industry Authority planned a move to the Microsoft 365 platform for a number of its ICT services. This had to be completed with minimal disruption to the SIA whilst retaining all existing functionality and adopting new services where appropriate. Bridgeall were selected as the implementation partner to deliver the migration to M365 enabling the SIA to drive internal user adoption of O365, email, collaboration and productivity tools within the organisation.