Boston Networks is thrilled to announce it is one of only five companies to be awarded supplier status within the UK Structured Cabling Framework Agreement from The Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC).
The Structured Cabling Framework Agreement is made up of two lots. Due to the massive transformation of Salford University, lot one is solely dedicated to works being carried out for the University and Lot two encompasses contracts for all other UK CPC member organisations.
The Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) is owned by and run on behalf of the Further Education Sector and is committed to providing its members with a first class procurement service, which provides excellent value for money from contracted supplies and services. With over 1000 members spanning Further Education, Academies, Private Schools and Museums, CPC is the only “FE focused” purchasing consortium in the UK.
As one of the awarded suppliers, Boston Networks has unrivalled expertise in the design and installation of network cabling infrastructures, using BICSI accredited building systems designers and working with world leading technology partners. Boston Networks provide future proof and scalable solutions to guarantee high speed connectivity and facilitate the integration of data, voice and video, as well as emerging IP building services such as network video surveillance, access control and environmental monitoring systems.
Commenting on the award, Scott McEwan, Managing Director, Boston Networks states, “With unrivalled expertise in the Education market, deploying cabling services, wireless solutions and emerging network technologies, Boston Networks is thrilled to be awarded supplier status by CPC.
With over 116 suppliers expressing interest in the framework and for Boston Networks to be one of only five suppliers awarded is a great testament to the growth of the business as well as our nationwide capabilities. We look forward to working with CPC and continuing to shape the future of technology in Education.”