The Bristol office of software consultancy Scott Logic has secured a two-year, £9m contract with HM Land Registry.
HM Land Registry is responsible for more than £7trn of land and property ownership across more than 26 million titles and is tasked with ensuring land and property rights are guaranteed and protected.
It is now aiming to transform by using technology, investing in people and streamlining processes.
“HM Land Registry wants to accelerate its digital transformation,” said Alistair Hayter, head of software development at HM Land Registry.
“We needed a partner who understands the challenges of complex digital transformation, integrating with many different services, and working collaboratively in multidisciplinary, multi-vendor teams.”
The contract entrusts Scott Logic with the provision of a range of software to complement and extend the capabilities of the authority, covering architecture, front and back-end development, and testing.
“We have a strong record working with government departments, and we are delighted to have been selected to help HM Land Registry overhaul its customer-facing services,” said Andy Hickman, head of consultancy (Bristol) at Scott Logic.
“We have always invested heavily in the learning and development of our personnel, ensuring that we provide a consistently high-quality service.”