VIA Targets the Public Sector with G-Cloud 10 approval

VIA, known for their Skype for Business and Contact Centre services have been selected onto the G-Cloud 10 framework supplier list under the Crown Commercial Service. G-Cloud 10 enables public sector organisations to buy VIA UC and VIA Contact Centre, the Skype for Business based unified communications services.

As part of VIA’s public sector push, VIA have formed a strategic partnership with Softcat, one of the UK’s leading IT infrastructure providers, to offer their unified communications across many public service frameworks.

Alex Tebbs, Sales Director of VIA says, “VIA has always attracted public sector and non-profit clients as we are known to be an expert in education, charity and local government. Being listed on G-Cloud 10 through The Digital Marketplace and our partnership with Softcat helps us service more public-sector organisations who are looking to revolutionise their communication systems.”

Under G Cloud 10, VIA are listed in the Cloud Software service categories, offering:

  • VIA UC – Skype for Business unified communications.
  • VIA Contact Centre – A feature-rich Skype for Business call centre service.
  • VIA Command and Control (turrets) – Mission critical voice dispatch.

Partnering with Softcat, VIA is available through the following public-sector frameworks.

  • Crown Commercial Service
  • HealthTrust Europe
  • NoE CPC
  • Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC)
  • Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC) / SUPC Software

About VIA

VIA is the leading company in the Unified Communications market. VIA has grown to be the largest provider of hosted Skype for Business in the UK.

VIA’s main products, VIA UC & VIA Contact Centre, enable organisations to consolidate all their voice, instant messaging, video calls and conferencing into one simple to use system. VIA’s products bring new efficiencies to customers as well as providing cost and efficiency savings.

Based in Nottingham and started by three friends, Alex Tebbs, Eddie Worthington and Gareth Sobocinski, the company has grown from an idea around a kitchen table to a company that is doubling turnover every year and is now on track to make revenues in excess of £3 million.

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