|By PR Newswire||
|August 12, 2014 07:53 AM EDT||
LONDON, August 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Kirklees Council has selected MDNX to deliver its new Wide Area Network, equipping staff with powerful digital infrastructure which will improve integration and collaboration across the council. The powerful network will help the council provide a highly efficient, joined-up service to its citizens.
MDNX is an independent integrator, providing critical managed networks and cloud computing infrastructure to major UK enterprise, local government and channel partners. Through working with MDNX, Kirklees council benefits from its integration model, meaning best value and greater choice for the council.
Kirklees Council selected MDNX and its services using the PSN Connectivity Framework which simplifies and streamlines the provision of connectivity services for the public sector. The PSN is a 'network of networks' forming part of the government's commitment to save taxpayers £500 million this year, by improving efficiencies in IT spending.
Simon Holmyard is Head of Public Sector for MDNX and Easynet, which was acquired by MDNX in December 2013. He said, "Kirklees Council is a progressive, dynamic organisation with a very strong commitment to its citizens. For us, it was important to take time to understand Kirklees Council's vision, and how this infrastructure would help its employees improve the services they provide. Now employees have access to a better, faster infrastructure which will transform the way they work".
Notes to Editors
MDNX is approved by the Government Procurement Service to provide critical managed networks, cloud, hosting and IT services to organisations on the PSN framework.
Committed to the quality and discipline brought about by standards compliance, MDNX is accredited to the following standards: ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 27001 (Security), ISO 20000 (Service Management) ISO 18001 (Heath and Safety), ITIL and CAS(T).
MDNX acquired Easynet in December 2013. The new organisation brings together the innovative product portfolios and shared customer service commitments of both Easynet and MDNX, and combines the organisations' technical expertise and strong track records in the industry. The organisation is clearly structured to deliver a portfolio of IT services which will help customers drive growth and profitability, and gain a competitive edge in their markets. Easynet and MDNX are passionate about serving the needs of their customers, and this service ethos runs throughout the new organisation.
From September 2014, MDNX will be known as Easynet.
For more information visit http://www.easynet.com
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