How we helped FutureGov

Integrating with the team at short notice to help deliver new features and improvements on a Ruby on Rails project, for FutureGov, London.

FutureGov are a digital agency working for public sector organisations. We worked with them to help deliver a Ruby on Rails project.

Ruby on Rails development

FutureGov was working on a Ruby on Rails application that needed some changes based on changing user needs.

They approached us to help oversee the development side of the work and help get the required changes made, tested, and ready to be deployed.

To achieve this, we worked closely with a cross-functional team within FutureGov and their client. Where possible, we re-used existing code and patterns and communicated all changes.

We delivered the work on time and within budget, with glowing praise from their client.

Client Testimonials

I worked with Toby and Elaine for a project with Camden Council in June 2021 and had an excellent experience.

Toby and Elaine were real gems to both the internal FutureGov team and client side project team. They picked up the work seamlessly and made sure that everything they worked on was transparent by incorporating our existing tools - such as Trello and slack.

They effortlessly fit into the dev culture & process and their code was created at the highest standards. The Tosbourn team are honest, hardworking and dedicated people who will provide accurate estimations for your project and come to the table with solutions if blockers arise.

I would recommend and endorse Toby & Elaine and hope to work with them again on another software engagement soon.

Konalee La Spina, Senior Delivery Manager

Tech Stack

Some of the technologies we used to help FutureGov;

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