Softcat is partnering with Websense in its first inclusion on the recently updated G-Cloud 4 framework. Softcat’s public sector network security team, headed by Grant Davey, will be the sole provider of Websense security software to public sector G-Cloud customers seeking to update or upgrade their existing IT infrastructures.
In an exclusive new contract under the G-Cloud agreement, Softcat is to provide TITUS’ data classification products to government agencies. Softcat’s public sector clients will have access to competitively priced TITUS solutions with which to protect, manage and securely share data.
No, but it certainly helps make the discussion more interesting! Softcat’s solutions director Sam Routledge and Symantec’s mobile specialist Darren Gale talk mobility… in a field… with a campervan!
Graphnet Health, supplier of electronic health records to the NHS and social care providers, is the latest vendor to team up with Softcat on version 4 of the G-Cloud framework. Softcat’s Partner Alliance team will provide NHS and social care organisations with access to Graphnet’s CareCentric electronic record software running on a cloud infrastructure.
Softcat has won ‘Large Supplier of the Year’ for the second year running at the UK IT Industry Awards, following a year which has seen its revenues reach £400m, a 30% increase on last year. Managing director Colin Brown accepted the award at the black tie ceremony in London’s Battersea Park Events Arena, which was attended by over 1,300 guests.
Following a financial year which saw the IT reseller achieve 30% revenue growth, Softcat is supporting its development by welcoming another 29 new recruits this week – six of whom will be starting brand new positions at Softcat's office in Bristol. The new starts will undertake comprehensive training as part of their induction to their new positions at Softcat offices across the UK.
Softcat has reached the top level of the Check Point Software Technologies’ partner hierarchy with the highest possible accreditation. The network and data security solution provider awarded Softcat the accreditation this week following its concerted two-year investment in resource and training. The Platinum accreditation follows a year that has seen Softcat grow Check Point business by 301%.
Canalys has named Softcat as 2013’s top revenue growth partner in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at this year’s Canalys Channel Forum Awards. Softcat chairman Martin Hellawell accepted the Canalys ‘Revenue Growth Partner of the Year’ award yesterday at a packed ceremony held at the Hotel Arts Barcelona.
Softcat has achieved HP’s highest possible accreditation through an on-going concerted resource and training investment. The Platinum accreditation follows a year that has seen Softcat’s revenues leap to £400 million, with HP recognising Softcat for its sales delivery, awarding the reseller with its Enterprise Group Excellence Award for EMEA, and Gold Partner of the Year award for the second year running.
Q4/2013 sees the launch of a new Microsoft Enterprise Enrolment that will ultimately replace the current Enrolment for Application Platform (EAP), Enrolment for Core Infrastructure (ECI) and Windows Azure Enrolment, combining all three with a new offering for Microsoft Development tools into a new, simplified offering.