The Local & Regional Government (LRG) Sector is a key market for 2e2. As a company it counts 27 of the capital’s boroughs as customers along with a wide range of other Councils, the third sector and health authorities. In 2010 they extended their presence in this sector through the award of contracts with Camden and Islington NHS, the London Borough of Waltham Forest and Bridgend County Borough Council.

As the LRG Sector seeks to reduce its operational costs over the coming years in response to Government funding cuts, 2e2 will increasingly become a key strategic transformational partner. Where agility, end to end ICT capability and a deep understanding of the unique drivers for this sector increasingly matter, 2e2’s experience and sector knowledge place it in a compelling position.


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“The Council has undertaken an ambitious transformation programme which aims to fundamentally change and improve the way the organisation meets the needs of its residents.

One way we’re going to achieve this is by upgrading and overhauling our current ICT infrastructure and choosing 2e2 to help us should allow for a quick, seamless and cost-effective way of meeting our key objectives.”
Graham Bell,
Head of ICT