Integrella has gained a ‘shop window’ along with UK utilities suppliers by joining Achilles UVDB – an online community that enables companies to manage supply chain risk and comply with EU regulations.
Integrella provides consulting, project delivery execution, specialist resource provisioning, long term support and fully managed services, and will continue to tender for opportunities within the UK public sector. We have a strong track record in the public sector and utilities – you can see our case studies here.
Achilles UVDB is used by over 1000 buyers from over 40 UK utilities companies to find suitably qualified suppliers. Achilles works to ensure suppliers’ information is accurate via data validation, and desktop and physical audits. Several buying organisations also use the community as an approved mechanism for tendering for contracts above and below EU threshold contracts – streamlining the procurement process.
Marcus Davies, CEO of Integrella said: “By joining the biggest utilities supply chain risk management community in the UK, Integrella has put itself in the best position to be considered for work with UK utility buyers. We are pleased to expand our offerings in the utilities sector, already counting a key water company among our customers. This complements our work in other sectors, including healthcare, financial services and retail.”
Integrella specialises in IT integration, and have been delivering successful SOA and integration projects since 2007. We have extensive experience working in the UK Healthcare sector, Public Sector, Financial Services, Retail and Utilities sectors. Our UK-based consultants have experience of all the best-of-breed integration technologies. We live and breathe IT integration, so by working with us you will have access to experts in this specialist field.
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Achilles is one of the world’s largest providers of global supply chain risk management solutions, with 950 people working in 22 countries. They independently scrutinise the supply chains of complex buying organisations across 11 industry sectors to proactively identify and mitigate risk and protect people, planet and profit. They enable businesses to make informed strategic decisions to minimise cost and to turn common industry challenges into sources of competitive advantage.