Exor teams up with Electrical Contractors’ Association

Exor Management Services has teamed up with the Electrical Contractors’ Association to provide members with an easier route to wider public-sector accreditation and broader recognition of the quality standards that members have already achieved. This partnership will enable ECA members to apply for inclusion on the Exor database at special rates. Once accredited, members will be offered spaces in their categories for many databases currently used by Exor clients. Martin Wade, head of commercial contracts and legal at the ECA, said, ‘This relationship has developed from our plan to identify changes in the market and find new ways to deliver commercial advantages for our members. This relationship extends the reach into the public sector for our members; they will become more visible to local-government officers using Exor’s procurement and supplier software for posting new contract opportunities and making contractor selection decisions.’



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