Great progress has been made in the past few years in improving connectivity through the Public Service Network (PSN), the Civil Service Reform Plan and the digital delivery of services. But the UK can never be truly ’Digital by Default‘ until there is full digital inclusion and even greater availability of internet. This is something that we’re committed to making a reality.
From health and social care to law enforcement, tax collection, highway maintenance and so much more, the digitalisation of these services is happening right now – and while facing the dual challenges of reduced budgets and the demands of an increasingly connected society.
So whether it’s putting smart devices in the hands of your frontline workers to give real-time connectivity, or improving your office-based operations and technology, we have a wide range of insights and solutions to help your organisation do more with less while you deliver vital services to your citizens.
Delivering tomorrow's healthcare, today
The future of healthcare is here – and by harnessing the power of new technology, your organisation can deliver better experiences for your service users and staff. By adopting a more integrated and collaborative way of working, you can create a more predictive, preventative and personalised model of healthcare. Discover how you can become future-ready and give your patients better, more effective and efficient care, today – while being ready for the challenges of tomorrow.
We have recently been awarded the Network Services framework
As a trusted provider of fixed and mobile solutions, we’re delighted to have been awarded 9 out of 10 Lots on the Network Services framework (RM1045), which will become the primary procurement method for connectivity within the Public Sector. While the Network Services framework is being launched, you can still procure through the Public Service Network (PSN) until 26 June 2016 and through the PSN Connectivity Frameworks until 24 April 2016. You can also procure from us through G-Cloud, and existing customers can use the GSi Convergence Framework (GCF).