Hessle based telecoms outfit MS3 have secured a long term contract to supply a number of high bandwidth connectivity services to City Health Care Partnership (CHCP CIC) as part of an exciting new move to The Beacon.
CHCP CIC is the parent company providing community, primary and health care services alongside elements of integrated care services to over half a million people in Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire and Knowsley, Merseyside. They currently employ in excess of 1400 members of staff and have a number of other companies within the group including Brocklehurst and City Health pharmacies.
Business Development Director Andy Mowbray said this contract was a sign of MS3’s flexible approach to working with local businesses.
“When we first spoke to CHCP they had some very specific requirements for their new development at The Beacon. Fortunately we are very flexible in terms of the size of the bandwidth we can offer to customers so we put together a number of cost effective solutions which allow CHCP to continue the excellent work they do in Hull.
“Our ability to attract and secure prestigious clients of this nature is testimony to the high quality of our network. As a result, we look forward to making more high profile announcements in the very near future.”
This latest contract comes after MS3 were recently voted 2nd at the NextGen13 Awards in the ‘Fixed Urban Networks’ category beating competition from local rivals KC.
CHCP CIC’s chief executive Andrew Burnell said, “We’re very excited about our move to The Beacon and we’re looking forward to working with MS3. I hope the new connectivity will help us to continue to run our business efficiently and productively, so that we can carry on providing the best possible patient care.”