Pinnacle Technology Group has announced a digital and public sector partnership with mobile provider O2 as part of an exclusive partner agreement.
Pinnacle – which has offices in Glasgow, Stoke-on-Trent and Northampton – has been appointed as a specialist partner to provide tailored business to business security solutions and assist O2 in enlarging its digital capability, delivering mobile solutions to the market.
The deal builds on the existing relationship between the businesses, where as an accredited supplier of mobile telephony solutions for O2, Pinnacle offers a wide range of flexible tariffs and contracts, with a variety of package options available.
Pinnacle will also be able to provide public sector organisations with a complete solution through the Public Services Network (PSN) framework, offering enhanced security to the public sector, thanks to O2 being the first mobile network provider to become CAS(T) certified.
Pinnacle sources best-of-breed digital solutions, providing technologies that touch many parts of an organisation. It also has a strong proposition for the public sector that will meet the increasing market demand for a heightened security capability to deal with threats.
Pinnacle CEO, Nicholas Scallan, said: “Our exciting partnership with O2 is another demonstratration of our on-going commitment to offering clients technology, digital products and services that will significantly enhance their business.
“It’s great to be able to confirm what we believe will be an exciting agreement that serves to enhance our focus on adding value, provides greater opportunity for sustainable growth, while signposting our wider ambitions.
“We further believe that being able to offer both existing and new public sector clients PSN-assured services is highly appropriate in the current climate, where cyber security is increasingly important to both the public and private sectors.
“We are excited to be partnering with O2, working with them to better serve customers and deliver innovative services.”
Jason Phillips, Head of Partners for O2 Business, commented: “I’m delighted that Pinnacle has become part of the new O2 Direct Partner Network. We’re focusing on developing deeper relationships with our partners to deliver the best in mobility and digital solutions. I’m looking forward to working with Pinnacle to achieve this.”
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