Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Media Release 27/06/2015

Delight for Centerprise as they celebrate inclusion on the new multi-million pound CCS ICT Services for Education Framework, RM1050.

The RM1050 will replace the DFE infrastructure and services framework and will be used as the one-stop-shop for ICT services in the Education sector. This will enable the procurement of managed services, design, implementation, training and support.

It will also serve as the selection process of ICT partners to support the growing number of Free Schools and Academies in which Centerprise have secured so much notable success.

Therefore, the RM1050 provides a robust vehicle for all educational establishments to procure products and services from experienced ICT providers with the assurance they will be working with specialist partners that deliver value for money. 

Business Unit Manager Jeremy Bruty said,

‘It’s wonderful to be a supplier on the RM1050, it will allow us to continue to build on the success we have achieved over the last 3 years under the DFE Framework. Every school has a unique approach to their ICT and through this framework we can continue to provide 
solutions that fit into the classroom ecosystem.

ICT is becoming increasingly important in the classroom as new technologies are continuously emerging to enhance teaching and support learning.

Together with our partners Centerprise utilise this technology resulting in expert solutions that have a positive impact within a learning environment.’


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