The data specialists will deliver transformational change to the Royal Navy People functions over the next three years

Russian cruiser Marshal Ustinov and HMS St Albans
HMS St Albans during an intercept and escort of Russian Missile Cruiser The Marshall Ustinov in the Channel. Pictured is St Albans, looking down the Forecastle towards the 4.5 inch gun and the bridge. A Merlin helicopter can be seen in the sky to the right of the ship. HMS St Albans, the sixteenth and last of the Royal Navy’s Type 23 frigates to be built, was launched on 6 May 2000. Constructed by BAE Systems at Scotstoun, she was delivered to the Royal Navy in November 2001. The 4.5 inch gun has been the standard Royal Navy ship mounted gun for use against surface and shore targets since the late 1930’s. The latest Mark 8 version of the Naval Gun is semi-automatic, has a rate of fire of 25 rounds per minute and a range of 12 nautical miles.

Bristol: Techmodal, the Bristol and London based data specialists, have been successful in their bid to deliver positive transformational change in people, analytics and associated digital communications for the Royal Navy.
Supporting Navy Command’s senior leadership in their programme to transform the Navy in 1000 days, under this framework contract Techmodal will build, deliver and support data science, analytics and digital solutions underpinned by support from industry leading governance and assurance subject matter experts including Karmarama, Kainos, PA Consulting, PwC, Deloitte, Oliver Wyman, Havas and Palantir..
Techmodal has previously delivered disruptive change in the form of tailored Digital People Analytics Solutions to Navy Command HQ over the last two years and have built an expanded team around their proven Data Science led capability.
Gareth Vaughan, Director at Techmodal said:
“Winning this work is a fantastic outcome for Techmodal and our partners. We’re excited to bring together a data science, digital solutions and world class partner to help the Royal Navy transform their people enterprise.”