PageOne approved on Network Services 3 framework

by | Aug 16, 2023 | Newswire

PageOne is pleased to announce it has been selected as an approved supplier on the new Government Network Services 3 framework (Lot 4e – Paging & Alerting). The award is testament to over three decades experience in delivering critical messaging services to the public sector.  Our multi-channel alerting and messaging services underpin operational and incident response across all Government sectors including NHS, blue-light and local/central government.

We have built an unrivalled level of knowledge and experience that provides improvements in efficiency, responsiveness and performance through helping organisations:


  • Our Responder two-way paging and smartphone app messaging helps Fire Authorities mobilise resources more effectively.
  • Our SMS messaging services help the NHS reduce missed appointments
  • Our unique Bridge onsite paging and alerting solution seamlessly integrate onsite and off-site communications
  • Our Connect multi-channel broadcast messaging services provide government agencies with resilient communication in times of major incident or crisis
  • Our triple-resilience alerting solution provides maximum throughout and coverage to ensure critical messages are delivered
  • Our secure API gateway allows client software to automate messaging and streamline communication workflows

Being a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service (CSS) Network Service Framework Agreement RM6116 – means PageOne’s services are pre-vetted under strict value for money and fit for purpose guidelines; the end result is that public sector organisations can purchase PageOne’s products and services ‘off-the-peg’ and without the need for a lengthy tender process.

Purchasing via the Network Services framework gives organisations the confidence that our products and services can fully meet their requirements whilst achieving spending efficiencies for the taxpayer.

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