Press Release

Exponential-e, the British Cloud and Network provider, today announced that it has successfully secured a position on the Technology Services 2 Framework, which launched last month. The platform allows public sector bodies looking to deliver innovative IT projects to connect with specialist technology providers.

The company sees its position as a major ‘kitemark’ of its expanding public-sector business, as it demonstrates its unique expertise in delivering cutting-edge technology solutions to government departments.

As a member of this framework, Exponential-e will have exposure to key government departments and their arm’s length bodies and agencies, non-departmental public bodies, NHS trusts and local authorities.

The Technology Services 2 Framework is divided into four main ‘lots’, covering Technology Strategy and Service Design (lot one), Transition and Transformation (lot two), Operational Services (lot three) and Programmes and Large Projects (lot four). Exponential-e will have a presence in all four.

The company will facilitate the delivery of the following technology support services to government organisations as part of its involvement:
Hardware, software and network management and support
Data management
Enterprise security (Security Operations Centre – SOC services)
Technology service discovery and disaggregation
Transition and transformation of existing technology services
Technology strategy and service design
Commenting on its position on the Technology Services 2 Framework, Exponential-e Director of Public Sector, Afshin Attari said: ““We are excited about being a part of this initiative and our involvement marks our intent to deliver agile and innovative solutions to scores of government organisations that will improve their efficiency and, in turn, the way they operate. It’s also a firm marker that Exponential-e is committed to growing its position in the public sector technology space and we expect our business to grow as a direct result of our involvement with this framework.”