Phoenix selected for £50 million education framework
Phoenix has been selected to be part of the Software Licences and Associated Services for Academies and Schools framework run by Crescent Purchasing Consortium, worth an estimated £50 million.
The framework has been split into four separate lots; Microsoft, Adobe, Off-The-Shelf software and One-Stop Shop, each worth an estimated £12.5 million. We are privileged to have been selected as a supplier to all four lots.
The procurement framework, that launched in August, will run for an initial two-year period, with two optional one-year extensions available.
Debbie Dean, Phoenix Software’s Director of Education Sector said:
“Phoenix’s inclusion in all four lots of the Software Licences and Associated Services for Academies and Schools framework is a product of all of the hard work and dedication that our staff consistently deliver and another great step in the company’s growing success.
Selling software is a huge part of our business, however we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver more than just software by creating fully customised IT solutions for our customers. our inclusion as a One-Stop shop within this framework really highlights this.”