Public sector services

We are an RM1045 and G-Cloud approved supplier, helping public sector organisations deliver digital services. Our expert technical consultants design, deploy and support advanced IT solutions that transform organisations and drive cost efficiency.

Our cross-architectural expertise allows us to supply solutions across multiple critical infrastructure platform elements. We will understand your challenges, help design a solution that solves them, then work with you in a flexible and agile way throughout its procurement, installation and support.


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Delivering secure and easy-to-manage 
Wi-Fi for Chatham & Clarendon Grammar
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A trusted partner to East Sussex
Healthcare NHS trust
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 A strategic partner delivering full network
refreshes to Rother District Council
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We design, deploy and support critical IT infrastructure for public sector clients including NHS trusts, local government organisations, schools and colleges. Our experience means we understand typical public sector challenges, such as limited budgets, skills gaps and strict data security requirements - we work as your trusted partner to ensure strict adherance to the highest standards.

We are suppliers for the following lots on the Network Services Framework (RM1045):

  • Lot 2 Local Connectivity
  • Lot 5 IP Telephony
  • Lot 8 Video conferencing

We offer the following Cloud Hosting services via G-Cloud 9:

  • Managed cloud wireless (Cisco Meraki)
  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
  • Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

In addition we offer Cloud Contact Centre services (Pure Cloud by Genesys) under the Cloud Software category.


Explore how we can help your organisation: contact Mark Saul on 01273 957500, or email to find out more.


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