March 25, 2019
The company’s Federal Programme has been recognised by the US General Services Admission (GSA) as an Authorised Dealer Programme.
The GSA’s experts suggest that Federal Government buys around $750 million of printer, inkjet and MFP imaging supplies through their acquisition solutions.
Clover’s own Federal Programme strategy seeks to “maximise OEM conversions” through a four-step elevator pitch that it says boasts “a proven track record of success” in helping Federal Purchasing Managers satisfy their purchasing objectives and set aside goals.
Clover’s Programme combines AbilityOne integration, Best Value Proposition, an Environmental Purchasing Solution, and Cartridge Recycling Solutions.
Taking to LinkedIn, Clover’s Vice President of Federal Sales Steve Reid announced that Clover was now “the only remanufacturer of toner and ink formally recognised by GSA as having an Authorized Dealer Programme.”
“Whether you’re looking to add our premium OEM-alternative products to your existing Schedule 75, or as part of your Enhanced 75-220 OS4 contract offering, let us help get you authorised,” Reid added.
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