Following a highly competitive supplier assessment process, covering an 8 month selection period, APPtechnology are delighted to announce our appointment as a supplier to the TfL IT Systems Framework.
A total of 12 suppliers and consortia have been selected for the TfL Framework, from over 50 initial bidders. An estimated framework spend of between £80M to £95M is forecast over two years, with an option to extend the framework until 2019.
The Framework is designed to be the primary route to market for IT Solutions and Services, and gives TfL and the GLA access to innovative solutions and a shorter time to market.
APPtechnology will supply the application management and migration services components of the Keytree Consortium, which also covers application development, project management and consulting, quality and testing services and cyber security.
With a solid reputation for enabling our customers to reduce spend, overcome compatibility issues and gain full mobility across any platforms, we are looking forward to starting our journey with TfL and delivering the benefits for which APPtechnology is justly renowned.
Further Information on the other Keytree Consortium members can be found below:
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