Tom Keighley

Lanway secure Crescent Publishing Consortium framework slots

Andrew Henderson of Lanway.

IT services and communications provider Lanway, has boosted its expertise in the further education sector after being selected for the final two lots of a Crescent Publishing Consortium framework.

Burnley-based Lanway is one of only three companies to secure spots on all seven lots, which recognise prowess in networking and backup.

The CPC is a not-for-profit group that aims to provide FE institutions with value for money contracts, and Lanway’s successful applications mean it will be recommended and marketed for contracts to all CPC members.

This membership includes over 1,200 educational institutions spending around £139m through these frameworks a year.

Andrew Henderson, managing director at Lanway, commented: “To be one of only three companies selected for all seven lots is a feather in our cap.

“We’ve got a dedicated education team that has worked hard to strengthen our expertise in each of the seven areas.

“With the current budget cuts, FE establishments need to know that they’re spending money wisely.

“These spots on the framework are a great platform from which we can help those in the education sector with bespoke, cost-effective solutions that support growth and flexibility. Not only do we build solutions, we build partnerships too.”

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