IT and business services provider Agilisys has extended its partnership contract with the City of London Corporation to provide services to the City of London Police.
Service started on 1st December 2014 and Agilisys, the City of London Corporation and City of London Police completed the first phase of transition at the end of February 2015.
Agilisys will deliver a dynamic IT service and service improvement programme to the City of London Police, including an accredited IaaS platform to meet the unique information security requirements of the police service.
This deal is an extension to the existing 5-year contract Agilisys signed with the City of London Corporation in 2013 to deliver a managed cloud-based IT service.
Graham Bell, City of London Corporation and Police Joint CIO said: “Through their work with the City of London Corporation Agilisys has demonstrated the ability to tailor an ICT service to meet client needs. We look forward to working together to transform IT services within the Police.”
Steven Beard, Agilisys CEO added: “We are proud to expand our partnership to include the City of London Police in our work with the City of London Corporation. The addition of these new services into the partnership will support joint working across both organisations and the City of London Police Modernisation Programme.”
“This extension to our partnership is testament to the great work done over the past year by the Agilisys staff who are passionate about delivering high quality services to the City of London and its residents. We now look forward to working with both the Corporation and the Police to deliver services and improvements.”
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