Gamma has announced that following an extensive OJEU procurement exercise it has been awarded a place on the Government Procurement Services Telephony Services Framework.
As part of the Cabinet Office’s strategy to migrate the public sector from traditional telephony services to next generation solutions, the telecommunications framework allows organisations to find best value for their ICT spend through a shortlist of approved vendors.
For the framework Gamma has created a game changing service where organisations can migrate their traditional voice services to Gamma which then ports them on to SIP (session initiation protocol) based services for a low fixed monthly charge that includes local and national calls. Gamma has more than 500 existing public sector customers – among them London boroughs, county councils, universities and healthcare trusts – who report savings of 20% or more in their call and infrastructure costs after moving to next generation services such as SIP trunking.
Bob Falconer, Gamma’s CEO said “We have demonstrated time and time again how organisations currently using traditional communications infrastructure and services can show immediate savings and productivity benefits by switching to our next generation services. Alternatively they may wish to retain the services they already have but make savings and improvements through a new provider. Either way our goal is to make that process as easy and as cost effective as possible.”
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