National Computing Centre launches consultant assurance scheme
The National Computing Centre has launched a new service that helps its member organisations identify the right independent IT consultant to help with their projects. The Consultant Assure service is free-of-charge to members who pay only the standard consultancy fee charged by these firms.
The National Computing Centre has a long history of working with consultants at all levels on all types of projects – and the selected consultants it recommends are part of its contracted associate network.
National Computing Centre director Keith Vooght explained: “Should your organisation decide to engage consultancy services for a project, it might be tempting to hire the first one you hear about. The National Computing Centre can independently help you find the right consultant with the right skills for your project though its network of associates. We also recognise that a good working relationship is critical to the success of your project.”
Under the scheme, the National Computing Centre provides members with the names of a select number of trusted consultant firms who have the right knowledge for their particular project needs. The member organisation will then have the opportunity to meet with or interview each of these consulting firms and decide which one is right for their project and team.
Non-members can take advantage of the service by paying a one-time registration fee.
For more details, contact the National Computing Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Computing Centre
The National Computing Centre (NCC) is an independent membership organisation for IT decision makers. Founded in 1966, it provides advice, guidance, best practice and experience sharing to help those responsible for IT make the right decisions.
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