A Reigate IT business has welcomed being listed as a supplier on a government purchasing framework for the education sector.
Sweethaven, based in Woodhatch, successfully applied to go on the Crown Commercial Service’s Educational Technology Framework.
The framework helps schools, colleges and universities buy information and communication technology (ICT) equipment and services.
NHS training units and police training academies can also use the framework to make purchases.
Sweethaven has been listed under the “broadband services” category.
Melissa Rambridge from the firm said: “Sweethaven are delighted to have been successful in our application to the framework and believe this reflects both the quality of our services and care of delivery that we have demonstrated to date.”
“The Sweethaven team is extremely excited to support the education sector through the CCS framework and very much looks forward to the ongoing partnership,” she added.
Melissa also welcomed strides taken by the Crown Commercial Service (an agency of the Cabinet Office) to include more small to medium enterprises as suppliers.
Sweethaven Education Services forms one part of Sweethaven, which has been trading in Reigate for over 40 years.