Gamma bags spot on government telephony framework

Voice, data and mobility specialist Gamma Network Solutions wins coveted position on Government Procurement Services Telephony Services Framework

Gamma Network Solutions has been named to the Government Procurement Services Telephony Services Framework following an extensive OJEU procurement exercise.

The voice, data and mobility services firm made the announcement on the opening day of IP Expo 2013 in London.

The Cabinet Office is currently in the process of migrating the public sector from traditional telephony to next generation solutions, and created the framework to help its constituent organisations attain the best possible value.

The firm has created a new service specifically for public sector customers, whereby organisations can migrate voice services to Gamma, which then ports them onto SIP for a fixed monthly charge covering local and national calls.

It already boasts over 500 public sector customers spanning local authorities, NHS trusts and education providers, and claims that some of them are already reporting call and infrastructure cost savings of 20% on more after moving to SIP trunking.

“We have demonstrated time and time again how organisations currently using traditional comms infrastructure and services can show immediate savings and productivity benefits by switching to next-generation services,” said Gamma CEO Bob Falconer.

“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 cost effective as possible,” he added.

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