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Snelling Enterprise Service Desk – Business Growth Award Finalist!

Norwich, March 04, 2021 – The Snelling Enterprise Service Desk – dedicated managed support and services team at Snelling Business Systems are finalists in the highly coveted ‘Business Growth’ category at the premiere international AV industry awards – Inavation Awards 2021 – in collaboration with Faye Bennett Consultancy Services (FBCS).

Judges were looking for examples and hard evidence of sustainable and intelligent organic growth strategies, detailing the expansion of a service portfolio. The Enterprise Service Desk have been acknowledged for their remarkable performance in providing exceptionally efficient and highly acknowledged support services to clients across Corporate, higher education and the public sector. The announcement follows the successful win at last years’ Inavation Awards for the ‘Best Global Corporate Project award at Abcam Discovery Drive, Global HQ‘.

Toby Wise, Managing Director at Snelling Business Systems said “We’ve invested in our people, systems, and processes with some expert help from Faye Bennett along the way – even in a difficult year our service business has grown and our client satisfaction levels risen. Our corporate culture is based on a simple premise ‘Determined to do the right thing’ and our service team has truly embodied this principle – I want to congratulate and thank everyone involved in making the highly coveted finalists at Inavation awards 2021

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Toby Wise Joins PSNI Global Alliance’s Board of Directors

Norwich, March 04, 2021 – Toby Wise, Managing Director at Snelling Business Systems joins the PSNI Global Alliance’s Board of Directors with his appointment as a Global Director-at-Large. The appointment follows PSNI’s expanding global Certified Solution Provider (CSP) network now tipping the scales at 50 countries.

With integrators on 6 continents and more than 190 offices around the world, PSNI Global Alliance is the fastest-growing private network of premier technology integrators and service providers.

“I am delighted with the new appointment to the global board of directors”, said Toby Wise. “The appointment comes at the right time as we seek to deepen our ties and collaboration with PSNI network partners to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic and emerge stronger as an elite network of integration and service partners around the world. I look forward to working very closely with the board and our partners around the world”.

“We are thrilled to announce this outstanding board,” said PSNI executive director, Chris Miller.  “Representing the true worldwide reach of PSNI, these individuals bring a unique combination of expertise, experience and commitment and we are excited to further build together, share knowledge and explore opportunities as we emerge from the Covid pandemic.”

Chris Burroughs Attains PSNI Global Deployment Certification – Service

Norwich, November 26, 2020 – Chris Burroughs, Service Account Manager at Snelling Business Systems has achieved PSNI Global Deployment certification. This certification ensures that customers receive a standardised approach to service and integration no matter where in the world their project is located because they are working with a PSNI certified integrator. With integrators on 6 continents and more than 185 offices around the world, PSNI Global Alliance is the fastest-growing private network of premier technology integrators and service providers.

To become certified for Global Deployment, employees of the member company must pass an exam that demonstrates mastery of global audiovisual deployment practices as outlined in the PSNI Global Deployment handbook.

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G-Cloud 12 Digital Marketplace Appointment

Norwich, 30 October, 2020Snelling Business Systems have announced their successful appointment to Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud 12 Digital Marketplace for ‘Audio Visual Solutions’.

Snelling Business Systems, as an industry-leading provider of secure cloud-enabled Audio Visual solutions provider, today announced their appointment to Crown Commercial Services’ G-Cloud 12 framework.

For more information, please explore our 10 Audio Visual services provided by Snelling Business Systems, available through the Crown Commercial Service’s Digital Marketplace.

G-Cloud 12 is the UK’s public sector cloud procurement framework. It is open to all government entities from central and local government, councils, health services, police, fire services and education to purchase cloud-enabled Audio Visual (AV) solutions – design, supply, install and maintenance, including many off-the-shelf, pay-as-you-go solutions. In some cases, it may be possible to award direct call-outs to a supplier where requirements are closely matched.

“We’re proud to be included on the UK’s government trusted G-Cloud 12 framework. We can offer solutions on all three available lots; hosting, software and support, which are guaranteed to be delivered with the Snelling signature of quality. We are confident our appointment will enable us to work closely with our partners, and support the government sector with their digital and workplace transformation initiatives.” – Toby Wise


Please get in touch with us at sales@snellingbiz.com to discuss purchasing through G-Cloud 12 in more detail.

Appointment to the NEUPC Audio Visual Framework Agreement

Norwich, 25 August, 2020Snelling Business Systems have announced their successful bid for the North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium Ltd (NEUPC) framework Agreement.

The £300 million framework agreement is designed to meet the Audio Visual design, supply, installation, and maintenance requirements of Higher Education institutions in England and Wales.

Snelling Business Systems have been awarded a place for both small and large size contracts in Greater London, East of England, East Midlands, West Midlands, and South East of England.

The new agreement is divided into lots determined by geographic location, each of which is further divided by the size of the contract – small and large contract lots.

Member institutions can use their discretion to determine the most appropriate lot and may choose to call competition from multiple lots.

Access to the framework is also available to members of Higher Education Purchasing Consortium, Wales (HEPCW), London Universities Purchasing Consortium (LUPC) and the Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC).

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