What do Hadleigh based Free Rein, Accenture, Cap Gemini, IBM, and HP have in common?
All five companies have been successful in being awarded a place on the UK Government’s Digital Services Framework for 2014, and will now be competing on a level playing field to share in £40M worth of contracts to design and build public services that are digital by default, focused on user needs, and offer improved quality and value for money.
The team at Free Rein are celebrating their achievements after Mark and Jeff both achieved personal best times at yesterday’s National Lottery Anniversary Run at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London.Mark got around in a very respectable time of 48 minutes, with Jeff a little bit further back at 56 minutes.
Over the course of summer, the Free Rein team are embarking on a summer fuelled by fitness to raise £1,000 for heartening causes. Challenges include a London to Paris, Great East Swim, Three Peaks and an exclusive Anniversary run at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - and between the team, they’ll be tackling over 300 miles - all in the aid of charity.
Agricultural shows are not always associated with being at the cutting edge with new mobile technology, however this year, the Suffolk Agricultural Association has embraced the use of mobile internet technology to deliver a new mobile responsive website design for visitors to Suffolk Show 2013.
Free Rein is thrilled to be successful in the G-Cloud framework tender process which allows us to offer services direct across central government through the Government CloudStore from May. Take a look at the range of services we have in the CloudStore here.
Search and social media agency, 140 Digital, has become a part of Free Rein. The move reflects a growing need for integrated digital marketing services - and will provide customers with the full range of web design and build, online marketing and technology solutions.
Same old URL but most certainly not the same old content. The new version of the Suffolk on Board site still covers the breadth of content from the old site about getting around on public transport in Suffolk but also have real-time links to incidents, shows up to date timetables and lets you plan your own journeys mixing a little walking, scheduled bus services, trains, ferries and more. Try it out.