The Insight Partner Alliance is a carefully selected ecosystem of specialist and niche providers that address the ever changing and advancing technological needs of the Public Sector. From solutions that boost your mobile signal, to those that enable you to safely, securely and cost-effectively improve your sustainable technological footprint, our team of consultants has a partner to help you address your challenges and opportunities.
Over the last 20 years, Insight has developed key partnerships with over 850 partners to ensure we keep up to speed in the constantly changing environment of the Public Sector. Even if your requirement is slightly out of the ordinary, we will either have a have a partner that meets your needs, or will be able to proactively recruit the ‘best of breed’ solution which will undergo a rigorous partner selection process.
These solutions are delivered under the terms and conditions of your preferred framework and delivered via call off contracts and statements of works offering the added value and security that they afford.
If the solution you want is not available through Insight’s Partner Alliance or your preferred framework, then introduce them to us and we will make it easy for you to purchase the solution you need, at the best possible price.
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How we help:
- One stop shop
- Gain access to niche SMEs not on frameworks
- Full compliance with EU procurement legislation
- Speed of Procurement
- Collaborative approach to project delivery
- Simplified, agreed, end to end contract management terms and conditions
- Pre-vetted suppliers
- Competitive pricing / Volume Pricing
- Reduced cost of procurement
Framework arrangements are set up by Public Sector bodies (often called Public Buying Organisations (PBOs) with suppliers to provide goods and services according to certain requirements.
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