4C Strategies

4C Strategies helping the NHS to prepare their infrastructure for Digital Transformation
4C Strategies has over 20 years’ experience working within the NHS on IT infrastructure projects. We provide end-to-end support on Information Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure projects and offer a portfolio of consultancy services to meet client requirements. We can help with the entire lifecycle of an ICT project including strategy, business case, procurement and transformation.
We support NHS clients who have challenging ICT infrastructure projects by providing them with the necessary independent advice, skills, resources and support to overcome the challenge cost effectively and with minimal risk. Our expertise covers all aspects of ICT technology and infrastructure and we have experience of helping clients to benefit from procuring new technologies to meet their business requirements.  
Our range of expertise includes, IT and technology strategy, unified communications and collaboration, telephony, wired and wireless local area networks, wired area networks, data centres, servers and storage, desktop solutions, video and audio-visual consultancy services. Further details of these services and information on how 4C Strategies can help can be found here.
4C Strategies has the demonstrable skills and experience to help NHS clients develop their ICT infrastructure. Our unique and personable approach has forged strong and enduring partnerships and has ensured that solutions are delivered to meet client expectations. With a wealth of experience in IT and telecommunications, 4C Strategies is able to assist the NHS with all aspects of their ICT infrastructure, whether that be an audit of their current systems, strategy development, or procurement and implementation. To find out more, contact one of 4C Strategies’ qualified healthcare technology consultants today. Alternatively, email us  or visit the 4C Strategies website.

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