Scottish National Investment Bank – A Complete Technology Solution
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.
Cumbria County Council – SharePoint Document Management for the Public Sector
Cumbria County Council, headquartered in Carlisle, employs over 10,000 staff and delivers a range of strategic services to the people of the county.
The Council wished to take advantage of a move to new premises by digitising physical mail they received. By ascertaining which departments received the most mail, the metrics would enable the Council to help digitise public services, resulting in more efficient and cost effective range delivery.
Bridgeall utilised the Council’s existing on-premise SharePoint 2013 Enterprise Farm to deliver a digital delivery document management solution which combined out-of-the-box SharePoint components with custom development covering the more complex requirements.
BUUK – Service Desk & Monitoring Platform Integration
BUUK Infrastructure is the leading independent provider of last-mile utility networks, constructing and operating essential utility assets for over a million homes in the UK.
BUUK embarked on a project to raise the business wide visibility of the status of the critical systems in use within the organisation. The aim of the system was to centralise information from disparate IT monitoring systems into a clean colour coded interface so that it would be easy to understand for end users.
Bridgeall were approached to integrate BUUK’s service desk with the organisations core monitoring systems. Service desk tickets were automatically assigned an impact and urgency value and new rules created and used to assign a category and subcategory based on CMDB details streamlining processes.
Edrington – Tracking The Famous Grouse
Edrington makes some of the world’s best-loved Scotch Whiskies – The Macallan, Highland Park, The Glenrothes and The Famous Grouse. The Group had a requirement to improve the way it managed and tracked casks.
Developed on a SharePoint hosted app built using the latest version of ASP.NET MVC and SQL Azure, Bridgeall delivered a modern Cask Tracking System now in use across multiple locations in both Spain and Scotland. It allows Edrington to track cask creation, repairs and movements providing a detailed history for every cask, data integrity and a wealth of accessible management information. The project was successfully delivered on-time and under budget.
Sandstone – A Proactive Managed IT Services Partner Case Study
Sandstone (previously Grant Property) had limited internal resources and a complex range of third-party suppliers to manage their IT infrastructure. This was proving to be ineffective, and the team were actively looking for a new Managed IT Services partner to help them transform their IT. Bridgeall was recommended to Sandstone and invited to tender for the provision of Managed IT Services and to replace the existing suppliers and internal resources. Our team was a proactive partner who identified opportunities for improvement, simplified systems and brought everything in-house, helping to keep Sandstone’s network at peak performance and provide stability for the business.
Age Scotland – Power Platform Quickstart Case Study
Age Scotland, a leading charity, identified Microsoft’s Power Platform as a technology solution that they wanted to roll out across the business. The team were looking for support on the best way to do this and engaged Bridgeall. To help with this process, we delivered our Power Apps and Power Automate Quickstart package to help develop a framework for success and get the team delivering solutions.
Modernising the iMentor Application – The Growth Company
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.
Wheatley Group – Empowering the Modern Intelligent Workplace
Scottish Ballet – A Modern SharePoint Intranet for Scotland’s National Dance Company
Building on the successful completion of other Modern Intranet Projects with a range of clients across diverse industries, and working in close collaboration with Scottish Ballet’s internal management team, Bridgeall quickly delivered these improvements using the Microsoft Modern SharePoint framework. The project rationalised a number of key business processes bringing important content and information into one place supported by a bright modern theme.
REMT – Supporting the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
The organisations microsite had been in use for several years and did not conform to up to date processes and ways of working, which resulted in additional manual work for REMT, with respect to organising performers and staff, as well as communication between the parties.
Bridgeall developed a responsive production microsite to provide key services and support to performers and staff. Working with the REMT team Bridgeall built a new microsite that reduced the manual effort, is easy to use for groups and performers, and can be used to distribute additional information prior to and during the event.
SIA – M365 Migration & Adoption for the Security Industry Authority
Bridgeall worked in partnership with SIA to migrate them to Microsoft 365. Bridgeall migrated all services to Microsoft 365 with minimum disruption to SIA.
Robertson Group – Streamlined Governance and Information Management
On-time and within budget, Bridgeall successfully delivered a secure governance management solution built using SharePoint Online. With direct links to their existing project information management solution, the streamlined approvals and authorisation process delivered a single source of the truth and tracked accountability. The SharePoint solution simplified the document governance and approval workflow ensuring that forms being used for each project are the latest authorised versions.
TFY Care – A Unique Approach to Tackle the Crisis in the Care Sector
Bridgeall supported Time for You Care with the development their platform that allows for the management and delivery of care to be more efficient and attractive to those delivering, requesting and receiving care, and which ensures that the traditional management overhead of running a care business is greatly reduced.
West Lothian College – Modernising a Legacy Intranet With SharePoint
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.
Be-IT – Flexible, Secure, Anywhere, Any Device Working
To support new premises, Be-IT Resourcing, a leader in IT recruitment, required a cloud-based office for staff delivering a flexible, secure environment supporting anywhere, anytime, any device access to business-critical information.
Bridgeall’s expert Managed IT Services team implemented an O365 solution with an E3 subscription plan including Exchange, SharePoint and Skype along with licences for Office 2013 Professional enabling Be-IT to collaborate and share key business information 24/7 for any location. The project established the foundations for a more agile, flexible way of working.
Energy Savings Trust – Reducing Scotland’s Carbon Footprint
EST is a social enterprise offering impartial advice on reducing the country’s carbon footprint. The Scottish Government asked EST to manage a project to design and build a register for the collection and validation of Energy Performance Certificates (EPC).
Bridgeall’s Microsoft accredited .NET development team designed, developed and deployed the new combined register within six months. An Agile development approach was essential to accommodate multiple third parties and frequent specification changes. The customised software solution developed by Bridgeall plays a key role in the Scottish Government’s drive to reduce the country’s carbon footprint, meeting the challenges of global warming. Circa 200,000 Energy Performance Certificates are generated annually from the new combined register.