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Intercity expands team with new graduate cohort

Birmingham-headquartered enterprise mobility and IT specialist, Intercity Technology has bolstered its team following the graduation of its first cohort from its revamped graduate scheme.

Having completed the one-year programme, which consists of multiple placements across the organisation and a timetable of classroom-based learning modules, the four new graduates are now armed with both hands-on experience and industry knowledge, as well as an in-depth understanding of the business’ operations.

Along with four other new recruits at graduate level, they will now take on permanent roles across the inside sales remits working alongside telesales, account management and field support. All graduates will also benefit from ongoing support as they progress through the business.

Georgina Lord, inside sales and marketing director at Intercity Technology said: “This group of graduates have shown great promise and completed some very impressive work over the past 12 months. It’s an intensive programme and demands a lot in terms of willingness to learn and the responsibilities we give to each person involved. This year’s scheme has been particularly successful and all the grads have an in-depth knowledge of our people-focussed technology and future-proofing solutions and as a result have become valuable members of the Intercity team.

“We’re passionate about providing opportunities like this to a diverse range of people, whether that’s young students or those looking to re-train and pursue a different career path. We recognise the importance of nurturing and retaining talent both internally and within the region and we are looking forward to monitoring and supporting our new recruits through every stage of their professional development.”

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Company cements its position as an approved supplier on Technology Services 2 framework

Intercity Technology has secured its position as an official supplier on the Technology Services 2 government framework, highlighting its reputation as an established and trusted provider of public sector contracts.

The new framework has been designed to encourage and support public sector organisations in sourcing specialist IT services by enabling them to procure solutions directly from suppliers in confidence that they will deliver the highest standards of service. The Crown Commercial Service anticipates that this will save public sector organisations £180m over the course of four years by making it easier to procure IT services.

As a trusted Technology Services 2 supplier, the enterprise mobility and IT specialist will be supporting the government in delivering public sector transformation by offering end user services, operational management services, and technical management through the approved government framework.

Specifically, this will involve offering information and support management services to handle the queries and operational problems of customers, as well as monitoring the performance of their technology infrastructure. Intercity Technology will also provide its network infrastructure management services to public sector organisations via the approved procurement process.

The company has already been approved to offer its services on a number of government frameworks, including the Technology Products framework and Digital Marketplace.

Matt Johnson, Chief Technology Officer at Intercity Technology, said: “Our team has extensive experience in designing and implementing large-scale public sector projects for limited budgets, and are acutely aware of the needs and the challenges facing these organisations. Our addition to this framework further demonstrates our trusted reputation, talented team, and expertise across a broad range of IT solutions.

“This involvement, combined with the strength of our offering and our position on other government frameworks, will enhance our ability to support the government in delivering public sector transformation through technology.”