The public sector is undergoing a lot of changes through the ongoing digital transformation process. With the introduction of new digital tooling, public sector organisations have been able to digitally transform, become more connected and implemented new ways of working to improve services for citizens, corporations and other governmental agencies.
Often Open Source based products and platforms has been part of this transformation through their flexibility in deploy patterns, provided flexibility, cost efficiency and quality.
Redpill Linpro has held a framework agreement for delivery of services and solutions related to digital transformation with the Swedish public sector since 2005 and been involved in several of these transformation projects.
We have delivered solutions to both governmental agencies and local municipalities within all of our solution areas API & Integration, DevOps, and Cloud.
Through our deliveries we have assisted public sector organisations with realizing challenges like connecting to the larger ecosystem, improve quality and control, improve services for citizens and corporations, enable access to open data, increase interorganisational communication through APIs and implemented cloud native infrastructures managed through DevOps to increase flexibility and efficiency.
We have also assisted public sector organisations with strategical change through advice and management of digital transformation initiatives within connectivity, digital workplace and e-archiving. We work with public sector organisations all over Scandinavia and can assist with digital innovation within a large set of areas.
Read more on how we have assisted customers like the Swedish Employment Agency, Swedish Tax Agency, Sundsvall municipality, Brønnøysundsregistrene, Svenska Kraftnät, Alingsås Kommun. and Lantmäteriet to meet objectives of their digital initiatives.
Framework agreement Kammarkollegiet
We are proud current framework agreement holders for System Development and Software with Kammarkollegiet for the Swedish Public Sector.