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Microland to deliver DT solutions to Ealing Council

By Digital Edge Bureau, 29.05.2018, 16:37
 
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UK’s Ealing Council engages Microland for delivering solutions around its digital transformation drives

Microland, the IT company having strong cloud prowess, has been selected by UK-based Ealing Council for carrying out the digital transformation (DT) it envisions.
This has further extended and expanded the partnership Microland maintains with Ealing Council.

Ian O’Donnell, Ealing’s Executive Director of Corporate Resources, said, “As part of our Future Ealing Transformation Programme, the Council is committed to looking for new and innovative solutions that place our residents at the core of everything we do, while ensuring robust, sustainable and viable council actions. We have ambitious plans for the Council’s digital future and our relationship with Microland in the past year ensures they not only understand our intricate IT ecosystem, but also have proven capabilities to deliver agile and responsive environments”.
“We are truly excited to collaborate with the Ealing Council and support them on their accelerated digital transformation programs. This is a significant milestone in the Digital Ealing journey and we are delighted to be a strategic partner in their initiatives. Microland has been able to strengthen its position in the UK market through several strategic investments, including the opening of a state of the art Digital hub in Birmingham” said Nagaraj Kini, Head – Public Sector, Microland. “Microland also reinforced its commitment to the UK public sector through the G-Cloud 9 accreditation in 2017. As a Digital Accelerator, Microland is committed to providing enhanced user experience to the Council and drive high-value outcomes,” added Kini.

This partnership signifies an expansion in Microland’s scope of services being offered to the Council, reinforcing its credentials in the UK public sector. The scope of the contract includes some of IT services, data centre migration to Hybrid cloud and support to various Digital Transformation programs.

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