Landseer Partners Ltd

Market engagement for Cloud Adoption

Landseer Partners undertakes market engagement for both a public and private sector organisations. We advise public sector clients on cloud readiness by defining their Cloud needs and required outputs. We then work with Clients to engage effectively with industry and, when required, with chosen suppliers or via TechUK.

Features

  • Good understanding of the market capabilities and capacity
  • Documents clients’ needs and requirements clearly
  • Scope for innovation using language that suppliers understand
  • Robust process for supplier discussion and open market engagement
  • Accelerates market engagement with potential suppliers
  • Feedback to clients to enable requirements to be procured efficiently
  • Reduces the overall procurement timescales

Benefits

  • Independently assured sourcing strategy including options/costings
  • Accelerated Market testing for short timeframe business engagement requirements
  • Effective time management via supplier relationship management with relevant suppliers

Pricing

£800 per person per day

  • Education pricing available

Service documents

G-Cloud 11

780316629432085

Landseer Partners Ltd

John Pendlebury-Green

07787 551336

johnpg@landseerpartners.com

Planning

Planning
Planning service Yes
How the planning service works Landseer Partners undertakes market engagement for both a public and private sector organisations. We advise public sector clients on cloud readiness by defining their Cloud needs and required outputs. We then work with Clients to engage effectively with industry and, when required, specific suppliers. A key tenet to our approach is that the better the client requirements are articulated and understood the better the response from prospective suppliers. This requires good and consistent communication and engagement.

We understand the importance of timely market engagement so that the capability and capacity of suppliers in the market to deliver the requisite products and services competitively is understood before the cloud solution or services are procured. In addition, where there are specific legislation or regulation requirements, these must be fully understood at the outset to ensure the Cloud services are able to meet the business need/outcomes.

We then test the market based on our extensive market domain knowledge and discuss with suppliers the requirements that are likely to form the basis of the formal procurement.

Where the engagement is of a sufficient scale, a dedicated project manager will be assigned who will be the client’s primary point of contact during the engagement.
Planning service works with specific services No

Training

Training
Training service provided No

Setup and migration

Setup and migration
Setup or migration service available No

Quality assurance and performance testing

Quality assurance and performance testing
Quality assurance and performance testing service No

Security testing

Security testing
Security services No

Ongoing support

Ongoing support
Ongoing support service No

Service scope

Service scope
Service constraints No

User support

User support
Email or online ticketing support No
Phone support Yes
Phone support availability 9 to 5 (UK time), Monday to Friday
Web chat support No
Support levels Where the engagement is of a sufficient scale, a dedicated project manager will be assigned who will be the client’s primary point of contact during the engagement. The project manager will be responsible for assigning and allocating resource to ensure the engagement is delivered in line with the agreed service levels.

Resellers

Resellers
Supplier type Not a reseller

Staff security

Staff security
Staff security clearance Conforms to BS7858:2012
Government security clearance Up to Developed Vetting (DV)

Pricing

Pricing
Price £800 per person per day
Discount for educational organisations Yes

Service documents

pdf document: Pricing document pdf document: Skills Framework for the Information Age rate card pdf document: Terms and conditions
Service documents
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