Maintel, a provider of managed communications services for public and private sector enterprises, is celebrating a record year for public sector wins.
Following its acquisition of Intrinsic Technology in the summer, the unified communications specialist has added a record number of government, health and education organisations to its client roster, including Greater London Authority, Kingston Hospital NHS Trust, London Borough of Redbridge and Devon & Somerset Fire and Rescue Services.
It has also secured lucrative new projects with existing clients, such as a major £10m managed services and IP telephony contract with University College London Hospitals (UCLH).
Add in £1m+ Cisco business wins with Cambridge Assessment, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust and Kent and Essex Police, and Maintel’s public sector practice now accounts for over 20% of its total revenue.
CEO Eddie Buxton said: “2017 has been a great year for Maintel and we have every reason to expect even more success in 2018. The health sector is showing increasing demand for IP telephony to bring down costs and boost efficiency. A number of trusts have signed up to our ICON Communicate platform, having banished their doubts about the security of cloud-based services. Meanwhile, we are on course to become a Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) member in Q1 2018, which promises more exciting opportunities with NHS organisations planning to upgrade from the N3 network.”