Charing Cross Housing Association engaged Bridgeall to help them modernise their on-premise IT infrastructure. Bridgeall helped migrate key applications to the cloud and make a raft of security improvements across their IT infrastructure to better support hybrid working employees.
V.Ships engaged Bridgeall to design and implement a desktop virtualisation solution. Bridgeall ran a proof of concept for Azure Virtual Desktop and then rolled this out across the company.
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.
Fair Start Scotland (FSS) is Scotland’s employment support service providing assistance to those individuals ‘furthest from getting steady work’.
During the transition period from DWP, it became clear that a new Scottish IT system would be required to manage support and following a competitive tender, Bridgeall was appointed as the delivery partner for a new Scottish Employability Tracking Service (SETS).
Late delivery was not an option. The full project lifecycle – strategy, initiation, discovery, procurement, alpha, beta and transition to live service – had to be completed within 14 months; and at a fixed price. Working closely with FSS’s internal project team, and adopting an Agile approach, the Bridgeall software development team delivered on-time and under budget.
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.
The CMA administers the c£320M market for retail of water and wastewater services in Scotland. A key responsibility is to calculate the market-wide settlement of charges between the wholesaler, Scottish Water, and all retailers.
Bridgeall designed, developed, supported and enhanced the entire Central Systems underpinning this newly competitive market.
To assure the correctness of the market-critical settlement software, Bridgeall also built a flexible custom test solution providing rapid, precise and repeatable testing for a large number (1,000+) of complex billing scenarios.
Castle Water is the leading independent water supplier to businesses and organisations across the UK. In common with all suppliers, their customers with trade effluent (TE) are, proportionately, their highest value customers. Trade effluent billing is complex and unnoticed data issues cause substantial revenue loss. Castle had a clear and obvious need for a highly accurate billing solution.
Building from our experience of developing market settlement solutions for the English and Scottish markets we designed our trevi Billing solution and implemented and manage for Castle Water in Microsoft Azure using SQL Azure and .NET. The solution bills all services for TE customers, automatically generates adjusted bills and includes consolidated (group) billing. It is the most accurate and re-active TE billing solution available and bills every penny on-time.
Castle Water is recognised as a market leader in trade effluent billing and in making the process simple for their customers.