June 8, 2017
The company has a placement on the new Clinical and Digital Information Systems Framework Agreement (CDIS) which the NHS LPP launched. The CDIS has a “potential value” of £1.3 billion ($1.68/€1.29 billion).
Ricoh will be working within the framework of Lot 3 Enabling Systems Supporting EPR & Digital 2020 which entails buying and leasing MPS, managed services and system support as well as software services and Lot 4 Specialised Digital Solutions (Innovation) & Professional Services.
Suzanne Tidmas-Cole, UK Healthcare Leader, Ricoh UK, said: “It can be a challenge for healthcare organisations to find the right technology and partner, who can meet their needs both now and in the future. The LPP team brings professional procurement expertise to the NHS. Ricoh looks forward to working with clients within the framework to bring innovation and value for money so that they can continue to focus on frontline services.”
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