Fujitsu has added ET Works to its roster of nominated partners for the Server, Storage and Solutions National Agreement (SSSNA), a framework managed by the Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC) on which Fujitsu has been an approved supplier since 2016.
ET Works joins Fujitsu’s existing nominated resellers – Insight, OCF, Softcat and Centerprise – in being able to supply UK universities and colleges with Fujitsu servers, storage and converged, hyper- converged, hybrid and high-performance IT solutions through the SSSNA.
Andrew Boyce, MD of ET Works, said: “It is fantastic news that ET Works is now a reseller on the SSSNA framework with our strategic partners Fujitsu. Here at ET Works we work with only the most innovative technologies from the best global vendors to enable educational institutions to accelerate their curriculums and achieve the best learning outcomes for their students. Already proud IT partners to many educational teams, such as Robert Gordon University and Coleg Gwent, we look forward to bringing this potent combination of Fujitsu technology and ET Works know-how to many other institutions through SSSNA.”