May 16, 2022
Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd announced it has been retained as a key technology supplier on the KCS Procurement Services ‘Managed Services for Business Solutions Y20023’ Framework.
The Framework runs until 31 December 2025 and is available for the purchasing of managed services by all public sector bodies including organisations within the education sector, healthcare, housing, blue light services, government agencies, and local government organisations.
The ‘Managed Services for Business Solutions Y20023’ Framework delivers a tailored selection of managed services that allow organisations to outsource their day-to-day management responsibilities.
As an awarded supplier on the Framework, Konica Minolta offers its range of business solutions which includes its Managed Print offering, Workplace-Go collaboration software, and Intelligent Video Solutions powered by MOBOTIX, all backed up by the manufacturer’s support services.
The Framework Agreement for ‘Managed Services for Business Solutions’ was created by Kent County Council via KCS Procurement Services and on behalf of the Central Buying Consortium (CBC). The CBC is a group of County, Borough and City Councils, the purpose of which is to improve the effectiveness of purchasing decisions (by co-ordination of local authority purchasing), with the object of effecting savings in public expenditure for the benefit of its members.
Jason Barnes, Head of Public Sector at Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd stated, “We are delighted to feature again in this second iteration of the KCS Framework. It is an important link between public sector organisations looking to procure the best value technology and expert support, and key providers such as Konica Minolta. As we all move into the post-pandemic landscape, purchasers using this framework can be fully assured that they will always get the best choice of solutions and technical support at the most competitive pricing, backed up by full data security and compliance.”
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