SCC has once again extended its reach into the public sector after being awarded a place on the Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation (YPO) Network Connectivity and Telecommunication Solutions framework.
The new framework gives public sector organisations a route to procure goods, works and services covering network connectivity, smart cities and IOT, cyber security, telecommunication and mobile, voice and data solutions, from trusted YPO providers.
SCC, Europe’s biggest independent technology solutions provider, has been successful in four Lots – Local Area Network (LAN) Services, Smart Cities and IOT, Cyber Security Solutions, and Communication Services – with services now live and available to procure via the framework.
The award is the latest milestone in SCC’s continued success in public sector, with a number of significant service deliveries in local government; central government; education and emergency services.
SCC has been working particularly closely with healthcare organisations this year, supporting NHS Trusts through the COVID-19 crisis, and was last month awarded a place on G-Cloud 12, the latest iteration of the government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) G-Cloud framework, on which SCC has been included since its inception in 2012.
Richard Reader, SCC’s Head of Public Sector, said: “SCC is an established partner to hundreds of public sector organisations and is entrusted with some of the UK’s most critical national infrastructure and public services. This framework is yet more good news both for SCC and for existing and prospective public sector customers to benefit from our leading capability in connectivity and telecommunications.
“Frameworks such as this are a key route to market for SCC and a valuable, trusted route to procurement for public sector organisations who need technology partners they can rely on. It’s the latest in a long list of framework awards for SCC, and the second awarded in quick succession following our recent inclusion in G-Cloud 12 and we continue to drive digital transformation across the public sector and improve the way it works, particularly in the post-COVID-19 era.”