A UK industry leader is celebrating two major new contract wins which could generate an additional £1m per year.
Network 2 Supplies (N2S) – the UK’s leader in IT lifecycle management – has had its contract with one the world’s largest banking organisations renewed for another 12-months. The work will see N2S carry out secure disposal of end of life IT systems, containing sensitive and confidential information, across the global locations. Another aspect of the work will see the company install and support a wide range of telecommunications and IT infrastructure.
N2S has held the contract with the banking organisation since 2012 and in 2013 the partnership between them led to an international business excellence award for an outstanding green and IT initiative: The programme saw 163 tonnes of equipment collected and only 0.1% go landfill compared to a 29% original estimate.
More good news for the company, which has sites in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk and London, is securing a six-year contract with a leading global engineering and technology services company. The work will involve N2S taking responsibility for the company’s IT lifecycle management at sites across the UK and Europe.
Jack Gomarsall, N2S Managing Director, said: “In recent years we have become an international player by moving into global markets and these two new contract wins will help us cement our reputation on a worldwide scale. We are delighted to be awarded these contracts which could realistically generate an additional £1m per year.
“The fact organisations of this magnitude is putting their trust in us is a huge endorsement to the professionalism of our work. The banking organisation has now used us for the past two years, which shows you how pleased it is to work with us.
“We feel our continued growth is testament to our unrivalled expertise, our ability to perform at the highest levels and a growing worldwide reputation for excellence.”
The new international clients will add to an already impressive N2S portfolio including global banking organisations, the Home Office, the HM Prison Service, military departments, government departments, UK universities, large NHS organisations and a number of leading industry bodies.