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Atmos Technology secure place on education network

Atmos TechnologyMilton Keynes based Atmos Technology Limited, in partnership with Bramble Hub, have been successful in securing a place on the Crown Commercial Service’s ICT Services for Education framework.

The framework contract was awarded by The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) following a rigorous tender process where those involved had to demonstrate that they had the understanding and capability to deliver the high quality, best value, innovative ICT infrastructure solutions and services needed by every school to take advantage of new technologies and enable improved educational outcomes.

Approximately 500 new schools and academies are expected to open over the life of the framework and most of these will use this framework to procure all of their initial ICT requirements. The contract is estimated to be worth £300 million.

Bramble Hub are specialists in helping small ICT companies secure public sector contracts through UK Government frameworks. They have a large network of SMEs and niche specialists to meet all ICT requirements and are renowned for working as a facilitator contractor’ enabling their partners to concentrate on their specialisms which, in the case of Atmos Technology is schools ICT.

Atmos Technology’s Managing Director, Jamie McStocker commented: “This is a great achievement for a company that has just had its first birthday. With nearly a century’s worth of experience in schools ICT across the core team at Atmos Technology, we knew we had the skills in house to help Bramble Hub to win this framework contract – and that’s exactly what we have achieved.” Al Furye, Services Director added “Our success in making it on to the London ICT Framework for Education, earlier this year, has now been gilded with a place on the CCS framework with Bramble Hub.”

Roland Cunningham, Bramble Hub’s Partner Director, says: “We are delighted to be working with Atmos and our other education sector specialist SME partners to offer UK schools an alternative to the traditional ICT infrastructure solution suppliers. Together our partners promise an in-depth understanding of your school’s needs and what the latest technology can offer; best value, flexible solutions from all the major systems and equipment manufacturers; and access to the best small suppliers in your region.”

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