Sungard AS named CCS TS3 supplier

Sungard AS has been named as a supplier on the new Crown Commercial Service’s Technology Services 3 RM6100 framework, marking its third major UK public sector framework win.

CCS is designed to support the public sector in achieving maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services, where TS3 covers ICT services.

On the TS3 framework, public sector departments will be able to access the Sungard’s IT services portfolio for terms of up to 5 years and beyond via the following Lots:

• Lot 3a: End User Services
• Lot 3b: Operational Management
• Lot 3c: Technical Management
• Lot 3d: Application & Data Management

“We are thrilled to be able to continue our commitment to UK public sector services on this new framework,” said Chris Huggett, SVP EMEA, Sungard AS. “TS3 will be the third major framework of its kind Sungard AS is now a part of in the UK, demonstrating our sustained commitment to organisations in the sector. As service offerings continue to evolve and adapt to the challenges the country faces, we are proud to be able to support in the delivery of government critical systems to keep the UK resilient, available and connected.”

“Technology Services 3 has been designed and developed using an extensive discovery and consultative process with many of our customers, suppliers, and partners,” added Philip Orumwense, commercial director and chief technology procurement officer, Crown Commercial Service. “This framework truly reflects and represents their expectations and provides the platform for the country to build back better with the right mix of quality and innovative suppliers, including SME providers. This is another example of how CCS is putting customers at the heart of everything we do to help support the public sector to continue on its digital transformation journey.”

Image courtesy: Sungard AS

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