Vaioni targets public sector opportunities through new framework appointments

Nov 25, 2020 | News

Vaioni Group is delighted to confirm its appointment to two public sector frameworks as part of a strategic growth initiative focusing on public sector organisations.

Vaioni Group has been successfully appointed to the Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation’s (YPO) new framework for Network Connectivity and Telecommunication Solutions for three lots – Wide Area Networks, Cyber Security and Communication. Valued at £750million this is a first-of-its kind framework, created to offer a full range of connectivity and communication technology services to all public sector organisations, from blue light to central and local government.

Vaioni Group has also been appointed to the G-Cloud 12 framework for its managed security firewall and UTM solutions and secure SD-WAN services. G-Cloud helps customers in the UK public sector find and buy cloud computing services, giving them access to the latest technology and innovation.

Sachin Vaish, founder and MD of Vaioni Group commented ‘this is a major step forward for Vaioni Group. We are on an exciting growth trajectory and appointment to these frameworks will enable us to deliver best of breed networking, security and voice services to public sector organisations. This means we can expand our public sector presence and bring world class services to government organisations across the UK.

“We are already supplying connectivity to a large footprint of NHS operations at the forefront of Covid 19 testing and appointment to these frameworks will enable us to extend that experience into other organisations needing vital connectivity services that provide the backbone of their critical infrastructure.”

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