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Discover O2's new public sector catalogue
by Billy D’Arcy, Managing Director: O2 Public Sector
At O2, we are committed to supporting the public sector. The products and services we provide can help our customers work more efficiently by adopting a digital first approach which enables them to do more for their citizens.
But we cannot forget that the public sector is under pressure. With increasing budget cuts and compliance measures, procurement can be difficult and time consuming. We know that every penny counts.
Recently, the CCS (Crown Commercial Service) and GDS (Government Digital Service) have been working hard to make the buying process easier for customers. They’ve done this through a focus on user experience design principles and simplicity. But the responsibility for delivering simple, accessible and cost-effective public sector procurement also rests with suppliers. That’s why we’ve reviewed and transformed our processes and we’re now proud to announce the launch of our new public sector catalogue.
There are a number of ways our industry leading catalogue makes buying easier;
- Details of all our products and services including case studies, videos and our ‘Why O2’ message can be found in one place.
- Information is available on which frameworks can be used, step by step guides on how to use them and we’ve linked the government buying portals to our catalogue.
- Dynamic tools are embedded into the catalogue to making navigation simple thanks to a variety of filters.
- Products are easy to manage. You can add them to your downloadable list and view product bundles specifically designed to meet your needs.
The catalogue has been designed for customers to make the most out of all the frameworks O2 sit on, including the recently awarded Network Services framework. So, it’s easier than ever for our customers and prospects to find the solution that’s right for them.
So, why not discover our public sector catalogue for yourself?
You can also visit our website to find out more about our work in the public sector.