KYOCERA has been awarded a place on the Government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) RM3781 framework.
The company has secured a presence on Lot 2 for Multifunctional Devices and Print Management Software and Services for its printers, multifunctional products and portfolio of software solutions.
The CCS RM3781 framework was announced in August last year, with the aim of catering for the public sector’s multifunctional device, managed print services and records information management needs. Valued at between £500 million and £700 million over the four-year term, the framework agreement is split into seven Lots and will serve public sector organisations including local and central government, as well as NHS organisations, catering for a reduction in print volumes and increasing move towards the digitisation of records. The framework is awarded for a maximum four-year period.
Sales Director Graham Cox said: “We’re delighted to have been successful in our application to join the Crown Commercial Service RM3781 framework Lot 2. We’re proud of our long tradition in working with the public sector over the past 25 years to solve print problems and reduce costs and see this as a glowing endorsement of our track record.”
He added: “Organisations throughout the public sector are facing increasing pressures. They’re experiencing a growing demand for public services, higher than they’ve ever seen before, coupled with constant budget restrictions and central initiatives to digitise services. This is another route for our customers to procure print services in a compliant and cost-effective way and we’re delighted to be working with our strong network of trusted partners to support the UK Government’s efforts.”