Stone Group has bagged a deal to supply Public Health England (PHE) with 6,200 Toshiba and Lenovo devices.
Procured through the Technology Products 2 framework, the deal will see the agency migrate its 5,500 staff to Windows 10 devices ahead of the January 2020 end-of-support date for its current Windows 7 devices.
The devices will be securely pre-configured by Stone using its System Centre Configuration Manager solution, the Staffordshire-based system builder said.
The win comes after Windows 10 romped past Windows 7 in February to become the most used Microsoft operating system globally, according to StatCounter.
Launched in October 2016 with an estimated purse of between £2bn and £4bn, Technology Products 2 is set to expire this October. Its organiser, Crown Commercial Service, is running a series of workshops this month as it consults on its successor Technology Products 3 framework.
Simon Pettit, corporate director at Stone Group, said: "As one of the only UK-based IT solutions providers for the public sector with its own manufacturing facility on site, Stone has proven experience in delivering large-scale device roll outs that are ready to go straight out of the box on delivery.
"This means we are very well placed to help PHE transition to the new Windows 10 devices seamlessly. For PHE, this was a real game changer, and eased their decision to choose Stone as their preferred supplier."
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