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Awarded Award notice

As part of the Council's ambitions to develop commercial opportunities, the Council now seeks a Technology Partner to work with the Council to re-platform, develop and commercially exploit the My Community ePurse (MceP), Our Community ePurse (OceP) and Total Community ePurse (TceP) (together the ‘Project InfinitySuite’).

The Council is seeking a Technology Partner that can work in partnership with the Council to:

— Maximise the commercial opportunity of the Project Infinity Suite; and

— Share the Council's passion and...

As part of the Council's ambitions to develop commercial opportunities, the Council now seeks a Technology Partner to work with the Council to re-platform, develop and commercially exploit the My Community ePurse (MceP), Our Community ePurse (OceP) and Total Community ePurse (TceP) (together the ‘Project InfinitySuite’).

The Council is seeking a Technology Partner that can work in partnership with the Council to:

— Maximise the commercial opportunity of the Project Infinity Suite; and

— Share the Council's passion and ambition to market, sell and derive value from the commercial exploitation of the Project Infinity Suite.

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Contract status:

Award notice - awarded

Contract value:

£1.2B

Contract can renew:

No

Contract type:

Services

Contract sector:

  • IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support
  • IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Contract location:

  • London
  • London

Framework contract:

No


Contract notice published:

7 September 2016

Contract tender deadline:

-

Contract start:

-

Contract end:

-

Contract duration:

-


Contract value awarded:

£1.2B

Contract awarded

31 July 2016

Supplier name City Region Country SME Award value
IBM United Kingdom Limited Portsmouth South East United Kingdom No £1.2B *

*Estimated potential value to supplier based on mean contract value