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We are delighted to finally be able to share some very exciting news with you all!

It has been officially announced today that Everest Media has joined the UK Government’s suppliers list for digital and software development services.

This means that we are joining a select group of companies offering services direct to public sector organisations, agencies and arm’s length bodies via the Government’s Digital Marketplace.

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Understandably all at Team Everest are absolutely thrilled. It is a giant boost for our Pool based business and Cornwall's growing reputation for digital innovation.

The Digital Marketplace makes it simpler for organisations within the public sector to procure the services they need.

“To join the Government’s suppliers list for digital services and software development is both a massive boost to the growth of our business and a major endorsement of the agency’s calibre," said Samuele Armondi, our Managing Director.

“Public sector technology commissions are often monopolised by a handful of big players. So to be given this opportunity is not only an incredible achievement for us, but it marks the growing development of Cornwall as a significant hub for digital and technology innovation.”

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Samuele Armondi, Everest Media’s MD, is delighted with the news.

Everest Media has been officially named on the ‘Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3’ framework by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) – which supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.

Almost £559 million has been spent through the framework since its inception. More than £190 million of this has gone to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

What do we offer?

For those of you just finding out about us, we offer a broad range of services. These cover user experience and design, as well as performance analysis and data. We also specialise in service delivery, software development, testing, auditing and user research. Interested in finding out more? We would love to hear from you, just let us know!

Words: Tom Gainey

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