Managed services provider Azzurri Communications has earned five Catalist accreditations from the Office of Government Commerce (OGC) as part of the Telecom Networks Framework.
The framework, which was launched earlier this month (CRN Online, 8 January)covers the purchase of 12 types of comms technology including voice calls and lines, point to point circuits, infrastructure and connectivity, wireless data and ISP services.
Azzurri will be accredited in Infrastructure and Commectivity, Netowrk Analysis and Billing Audit Services, Networking Equipment, Voice Calls and Lines and Third Party Maintenance. Each accreditation will last for four years.
Jason Standerwick, sales and marketing director at Azzurri, said: "This is a rigorous process of assessment into all aspects of Azzurri’s business credentials, evaluated in areas critical to the public sector such as environmental compliance, security and our pricing mechanisms. Our experience of working closely with public sector customers certainly assisted in submitting a successful application for these accreditations and we are delighted to be recognised as a leading provider in this space.”
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