Wired Marketing, an email marketing automation provider and software agency, has been accepted as a Crown Commercial Service (CCS) supplier.
The business is now available as a cloud supplier is one of only two available email automation marketing providers in the UK to offer this service to government agencies
Wired has already have started work with several key contracts including Public Health England and the NHS.
The CCS status confirms Wired Marketing’s commitment to provide effective and secure email automation and marketing services to government and the private sector. Wired Marketing can now be used by organisations across the UK public sector including central government, local government, health, education, devolved administrations, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations.
Alongside the impressive award the business has recently expanded and has now purchased new premises in Kestrel Court Business Park, Network 65, Burnley. This allows the company to further expand by launching a training school and opening new employment positions specifically managing public sector contracts in the coming months.
Director Andrew Hardman said: “We are really pleased to have been awarded the CCS agreement following our application in the summer of 2015. Following a thorough submission process Wired are now one of just two email and automation software providers in the UK which are accepted to sell to government agencies.
“We are looking forward to expanding our client bank, whilst working with some interesting businesses that require email automation marketing support. Combining this with our new premises and soon to be launched training school, we are looking forward to success in 2016 and beyond.”
Wired Marketing are a full service email automation marketing platform provider and digital agency.
It provides a platform for sending email marketing campaigns, data management and automation solutions as well as offering fully managed campaigns, implementation of bespoke strategies, design and advice to businesses across the UK including Nakd Wholefoods, What Car?, HSBC and The Financial Times.
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