Atea wins regional tender for Microsoft software licenses

The State and Municipal Procurement Service (SKI) has chosen Atea as a supplier of software licenses to Denmark’s five regions on SKI’s framework agreement 50.49.

The value of the agreement is a triple-digit million amount.

The State and the Municipal Procurement Service (SKI) have chosen Atea as a supplier when Denmark’s five regions over the next three years must have re-signed their Microsoft licenses under the SKI agreement 50.49. The agreement enters into force on the first of April and has a value of a triple-digit million amount.

Earlier this year, Atea was also chosen as the supplier of software licenses to the country’s 87 municipalities on SKI’s joint municipal agreement 50.49. Atea will thus service both the country’s municipalities and regions with software licenses when the two agreements enter into force on 1 April 2022.

“We are really happy that we have now also been chosen as a supplier to the regions on this agreement with SKI. It expands our commitment with the regions in Denmark, and thus strengthens our market position and ambition to build Denmark with IT, ”says Brian Borella Wulf, Senior Vice President of Atea Denmark, and continues:

“With Microsoft’s entire product portfolio, our highly competent advisers and not least our skilled consultants, the regions will get the greatest possible value out of the agreement. I look forward to partnering with Microsoft to offer qualified solutions to our public customers. ”

With the agreement on the delivery of software licenses, which among other things covers Microsoft Office 365, Atea is now present on 11 SKI agreements.

Other agreements that Atea is a supplier of include: Standard software (02.06), IT consultants (02.17), IT solutions and projects (02.18), professional systems (02.19), IT operating capacity (02.22), AV solutions (02.70), servers and storage (50.03), communications products and solutions (50.07), copy and print (50.10), and tablets (50.43).


Source: IT-Kanalen by it-kanalen.dk.

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