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2 August 2021

Nasstar Group completes acquisition of KCOM National ICT services business

Nasstar Group, inclusive of Microsoft Specialist division, Modality, is pleased to announce it has completed the acquisition of the National ICT services business of KCOM.   The acquisition makes Nasstar one of the largest independent providers of managed services in the UK with over 1,200 employees. The existing KCOM National ICT services business will fall under the Nasstar brand within three months....

8 July 2021

Modality is recognised as a finalist at Microsoft Partner of the Year 2021

Microsoft Modern Workplace and Security - Meetings, Calling and Devices for Teams...

1 July 2021

Modality sponsors leading female in technology awards for the third consecutive year

Nominations for ‘Agile Angel’ at DevelopHer awards open today.   Modality is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the ‘Agile Angel’ category at the DevelopHER awards. Nominations for the award open today with the category designed to recognise women who have successfully adopted an Agile Methodology and as a result have improved ways of working in a technology business or technology role....

25 June 2021

Nasstar Group to acquire KCOM national ICT services business

Nasstar Group, inclusive of Microsoft Specialist division, Modality, is pleased to announce the acquisition of the national ICT services business of KCOM. The transaction is subject to completion conditions with the sale expected to complete in the coming weeks....

22 March 2021

Creation of Nasstar Group launches new identities for GCI and Modality Systems

GCI becomes ‘Nasstar’ and Modality Systems simplified to ‘Modality’ in group-wide rebrand for one of the UK’s largest independent suppliers of managed services...

1 March 2021

Modality offers OneConsultation video collaboration platform free to UK public sector for one month

Powered by Microsoft Teams, OneConsultation enabled nearly 350,000 meetings in 2020, providing a vital lifeline for users of healthcare, Police, education, and social services....

2 November 2020

Modality to enable 1000+ employees at APAC’s leading natural health company to work flexibly

Modality is to enhance Australia-based Blackmores Group’s modern workplace environment by adding telephony to its existing Microsoft Teams environment. Employees will have new ways of meeting and collaborating anywhere. This includes a single collaboration space to work on documents, make calls, and schedule meetings with colleagues, customers and partners. Several legacy telephony platforms will be retired as part of this program....

9 September 2020

Modality becomes first Microsoft partner in the world to attain three Teams advanced specializations

Modality has become the first Microsoft partner in the world to achieve three advanced specializations in Microsoft Teams. Designed by Microsoft so that partners can ‘assure potential customers they meet the highest standards for service delivery and support’, these certifications have been awarded based on Modality’s proven success in delivering customer projects in specific specialized areas related to Microsoft Teams....

23 March 2020

Modality extends OneConsultation virtual conference service to care providers

Last week Modality sent an open letter to all NHS Trusts and NHS Foundation Trusts advising they could trial our virtual conference service OneConsultation free of charge for one month, to swiftly equip them with the tools they need to offer remote consultations. We advised that we could make this service live within 72 hours so that those in need could be offered access to frontline healthcare expertise without needing to leave their home....

5 March 2020

Modality offer OneConsultation to NHS Trusts for free to help fight COVID-19

An open letter to all NHS Trusts & NHS Foundation Trusts As you are no doubt already aware, the NHS Strategic Incident Director and the Incident Director of NHS England and NHS Improvement have recently released guidance to you concerning COVID-19 preparedness and response. Within their joint letter, acute care providers and community and mental health providers are asked to “where possible, consider implementing alternative models such as remote consultations for those patients who can be supported at home”....