CDS helps TfL improve London travel experience
The new Transport for London website www.tfl.gov.uk has now gone live. To the best of our knowledge it is the world’s most complex responsive website.
Puts almost 100 metrics of team and driver performance, as well as circuit characteristics at users’ fingertips, to provide the data and analysis for incisive, fact-led reporting.
Every day the NRE website provides up-to-the-minute information to between 600,000 and 2.5 million users.
We provide digital services to support the Metropolitan Police’s 31,000 officers, 13,000 police staff and 2,600 Police Community Support Officers. The MPS covers an area of 620 square miles and a population of 7.2 million.
Our accredited security and G.I.S. services are utilised by EVERY UK government department and all 3 devolved governments (Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales) to manage the largest property, building and land portfolio in Europe.
CDS systems alert over 1 million users per hour about the threat of flooding in their local area.
Supplier of design, copywriting and print management services (LOCOG and ODA) to the London 2012 Games.
Over 50 years provision of technical publications, safety consultancy, training and supportability to clients in the Defence Sector.
We are delighted to announce that our client, Middlesex University, has received another award for their visionary approach to the development of a fully integrated digitisation and managed print service. Middlesex University was commended in the Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA) Award for Excellence. The UCISA is an awarding body representing the whole […]
Procurement professionals in the UK public sector, including Health, Local Government, Devolved Administrations, Education and Not for Profit organisations can make substantial savings by using Crown Commercial Service (CCS) contracts as their procurement route. CCS is part of the Cabinet Office. Its goal is to help improve procurement expenditure management as part of the government’s […]
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