Six Degrees Delivers Public Sector Digital Transformation Services through Technology Services 3 Framework

Six Degrees has reinforced its commitment to driving the UK’s digital agenda by joining the Technology Services 3 framework, delivering a streamlined portfolio of transformational services that enable public sector organisations to enhance the essential services they provide to citizens.

London, UK, Tuesday 22nd June, 2021 – UK-based secure cloud services provider, Six Degrees, has today announced that public sector organisations will be able to benefit from a comprehensive range of digital transformation services offered via the Technology Services 3 framework.

By working through established CCS frameworks, Six Degrees makes it as easy as possible for UK public sector organisations to purchase its secure cloud services and take the next steps on their digital transformation journeys. Technology Services 3 is the latest framework Six Degrees has joined; the company is an existing member of G-Cloud 12, Network Services 2, Cyber Security Services 2, and a number of other specialised frameworks through which organisations can purchase cloud services with flexible commercial models that work for them.

All services delivered through the Technology Services 3 framework are aligned to the objectives of UK public sector organisations, whether it’s achieving cost savings while benefiting from industry-leading cloud services, enhancing cyber security while operating in today’s increasingly hostile digital landscape, or improving citizen services through secure, agile productivity tools.

Six Degrees has a demonstrable heritage in achieving digital transformation for public sector organisations, delivering large-scale, quality IT services to prominent public sector organisations within Central Government, Local Government and the NHS. As a UK-based SME delivering on-shore government-accredited services including a cyber security operations centre, and as one of only eight Microsoft Azure Expert MSPs in the UK, Six Degrees possesses the ability to respond to rising demands for safe and secure cloud management amidst a period of uncertainty and rebound.

Rob Walton, Industry Director – Public Sector, said: “To bring services closer to citizens, today’s public sector organisations must continually grow and evolve through digitally transforming in new and incremental ways. At Six Degrees, we are proud of our on-going relationship with the UK public sector and are focused on ensuring our services are delivered in the most straightforward way possible. We give public sector organisations the agility they need to deliver brilliant citizen services, and our focus on client experience ensures their cloud services are always in the safest hands.”

Walton concluded: “We are committed to driving the UK’s digital agenda, and our packaged offerings are designed to be easy to consume while delivering real world benefits to public sector organisations and the citizens they support. Six Degrees, through the Technology Services 3 framework, is here to help our public sector clients on every step of their digital transition journeys.”

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