Articles about Public Sector
Sales rise in calendar 12 but profits dip
Gov services framework will be fluffier next year
Will 3i float or flog outsourcing champ?
Admin cost slash hanky wipes mucus off profit sleeve
Channel veteran Cathi Low has returned to her old stomping ground at Computer 2000 to head up a newly assembled public sector team, months after quitting arch rival Ingram Micro to seek out a "new career challenge". Low, who is set to become director of the public sector business unit, left C2000 in 2006 after 12 years on board …
Private equity backers of public sector services and software player Civica are reportedly gearing up to punt or float the business early next year. Venture capitalist 3i is reviewing its options, says the FT. This comes more than four years after 3i forked out £190m to take the one-time AIM-listed operation private. Investment …
Redmond keen to avoid another Maude handbag
Plan A: still hurting
Blighty's public sector IT bean counters face a bewildering mess of overlapping tech purchasing bureaucracy, channel sources have warned. Three wide-reaching frameworks that direct government tech spending will end up running in parallel into next spring, potentially confusing purse holders. Of the three schemes, one is the £ …
A strong currency tailwind lifted Insight Enterprises's second quarter sales to growth in Europe as spending cuts in the public sector started to bite. Favourable forex conversions underpinned a 12 per cent rise in sales to $403m (£248m) but excluding the currency impact, sales were flat with a two per cent dip in hardware …
Outsourcing IT departments the only bright spot
A million posts down the tubes as govt slims down
'No confusion' over trio of overlapping deals... say procurement peeps
12 firms ink deals worth up to £3bn to build gov infrastructure
Spending to support cost cuts offsets cuts
But VC will pull £50m from flaming wreckage
Skeeved-out staffers: No, I said we flog BOXES...
'How long have you worked here? What do you do? Have a medal'
Online supplier of business IT equipment WStore has said it will build-up a sales team working exclusively for the public sector. WStore was awarded Catalist IT supplier status in 2006 covering software, supplies, and office accessories. It has been steadily building sales in the public sector ever since, with an estimated …
Does it do what it says on the tin? Credit insurance, that is
Someone always pays, sooner or later
Corporate decision-making's got nowt on non-techie MDs
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Vendors struggling to reinflate the bubble
Hellawell on being 'tight' - and his part in Thatcher's downfall
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