Digital Services in Scotland

Delivering our customers’ digital ambitions for a safer, more inclusive and sustainable Scotland

Delivering innovation for Scotland’s digital society

At Atos our purpose is to hep design the future of the digital space – make it safer, more inclusive, secure and sustainable for everyone, and as one of Scotland’s key digital partners, we support some of the Nation’s most critical organisations and have done so for more than 20 years.

Across multiple industries, we have a history of delivering innovation to help create Scotland’s digital society – from revolutionizing healthcare in NHSScotland, transforming financial services with NS&I and Aegon, creating a more sustainable future in utilities with Scottish Water and exciting and uniting the nation by delivering key sporting events in Glasgow such as the 2014 Commonwealth Games, the 2018 European Championships or setting the Premier League and Womens Super League fixtures.

We’ve demonstrated our commitment to investing in Scotland, through our renowned UK graduate, intern and apprenticeship programme, the skills development of our 2,300 employees across Dundee, Edinburgh, Forres, Glasgow, Linwood and Livingston, creation of our Moray Digital and Innovation Centre, and our two Scottish Customer Experience Labs in Glasgow and most recently in Edinburgh.

We bring the diversity of our people and their skills to drive positive economic, social and ethical impacts on business and society tomorrow – because we believe the future is our choice.

Digital Vision for COP26

With contributions from Atos’ experts and senior figures in business and politics, the ‘Digital Vision: COP26’ examines how organisations in every sector can embrace digital to accelerate progress to net zero targets and shape a sustainable future.

The 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, in Glasgow, November 2021, is the most important milestone in the global fight against climate change since the Paris Climate Agreement was signed in 2015.

Digital Vision: COP26

Meeting customer challenges

Value

Customers want outcome-based services:

  • Full stack cloud
  • Business critical applications
  • Digital platforms

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Experience

Customers want innovation and flexible services

  • Customer experience
  • Employee experience

Safety

Customers want secure and decarbonized services

  • Decarbonization
  • Security

Digital Vision for Scotland

As technologies and markets advance and evolve, in Scotland, successful digital enterprises are emerging in all sectors. Of course, there are challenges: still more needs to be done to build digital inclusion, re-shape the workforce, grow digital maturity and ensure cyber security and resilience as the threat landscape evolves. Our Digital Vision for Scotland looks at some of the innovations and collaborations that are helping to realise Scotland’s digital ambitions.

Digital Vision for Scotland

Industry focused expertise

Healthcare and Life Sciences

From patient treatment to population wellness

Public Sector and Defence

Supporting communities to regain growth, boost employment and relaunch the economy

Financial Services and Insurance

Digitalizing customer experience and operations

Resources and Services

Combining expertise and solutions towards business resilience

Telecom, Media and Technology

Where hyper-customisation meets secure hyperscale

Manufacturing

Smart and sustainable solutions for the modern manufacturer

Customer stories

NHSScotland: Working together for 20 years

NHSScotland and Atos have worked together for over 20 years to deliver a number of critical services providing health management and supporting the delivery of care to the population of Scotland. We work alongside our customers and leading SME partners to drive innovation and modernise core business applications. Over 185,000 healthcare professionals in Scotland rely on systems supported by Atos and over 1.6 million prescriptions are electronically transmitted each week.

Scottish Water: Digital Partnership

The close Digital Partnership between Scottish Water and Atos places innovation at the heart of Scotlands water supply and waste water management. The partnership includes a wide-ranging portfolio of services from delivery of customer-focused IT services to its core IT infrastructure and applications.

With a full migration of all windows devices underway, when lockdown hit in March 2020, Scottish Water needed to drastically change plans to transition to a new cloud-based Digital Workplace – remotely, rapidly and at scale. Find out more about the partnership.

Scottish Water: Enabling ‘work anywhere’ workplaces

Aegon: Establishing an inclusive culture of transformation

A dynamic and collaborative partnership delivering business transformation with assurance and pace to enhance Aegon’s customers’ experience (CX). The relationship has seen a number of firsts: Aegon’s CX Academy – unique in the UK, its pioneering CX Lab, powerful automation now embedded into operations, new employee engagement, plus customer satisfaction scores well above market norms. Atos and Aegon have created a mutual benefit fund to invest in joint development activities, with Atos entrusted with more digital transformation work beyond the original contract – a clear vote of confidence in Atos’ approach.

Aegon: Assured and seamless migration to time and budget

University of Edinburgh: Unlocking Secrets of the Universe

The University of Edinburgh selected Atos to provide a BullSequana XH2000, at that time the most energy-efficient supercomputing system on the market and the largest system dedicated to GPU computing deployed at a customer site in the UK. The system constitutes the Extreme Scaling Service of the UK’s DiRAC HPC Facility. The state-of-the-art platform allows scientists across the STFC theory community to drive forward world-leading research in particle physics, among other areas.

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Official Provider: Glasgow 2018 European Championships

As the Timing, Scoring and Results, and Media and Central Results Services Provider to the new multi-sport event, the Glasgow 2018 European Championships, Atos played a key role in delivering the Championships. Atos was responsible for processing and distributing live results for seven sports across Glasgow and Berlin, delivering live schedule and result pages to help sports fans and attendees keep track on scores and results from anywhere in the world.

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Digitalisation in Motion – Wind industry

Wind Europe, Atos and Foresight Magazine look into ways to take the ongoing digital transformation of wind energy to the next level.

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On the journey to the cloud, no path is the same. Atos OneCloud helps enterprises shape a cloud forward future.

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Olympic and Paralympic Games

As lead technology integrator we ensure the Olympic and Paralympic Games run smoothly and are secure and digitally enabled, and will continue our partnership for Beijing 2022 and Paris 2024.

Olympic Games

Our experts

Kirsty Craig

Client Executive Partner – NHSScotland Account

Neil Holland

Client Executive Partner – Scottish Water Account

Why Atos in Scotland?

20+

20+ years relationships with Scottish customers

2,300

Global knowledge delivered by 2,300 Scotland based experts, across 7 sites

Scottish CX Centres

Leading Customer Experience (CX) innovation centres in Glasgow and Edinburgh

Net Zero by 2028

Global leaders in secure and decarbonised digital