March 15, 2019
KYOCERA Document Solutions UK (KDUK) has announced that it has been appointed, in partnership with Bramble Hub, to the Government’s Crown Commercial Services (CCS) Data & Application Services (DAS) framework – RM3821.
Designed by CCS to meet public sector requirements for software, services and ancillary hardware, the new framework is awarded for an initial two years with the option to extend to a maximum of four years.
Bramble Hub has chosen to work with KYOCERA to deliver services within 11 lots of the DAS framework, across five groups, as follows:
Rod Barthet, CEO KDUK and Annodata said: “We’re delighted to have been successful in partnering with Bramble Hub to secure inclusion on this framework. We have a long tradition of working with the public sector to solve print problems and reduce costs, so we very much welcome the opportunity to extend that offering to include ICT services.
Combined with our inclusion on the existing CCS framework for Multifunctional Devices (MFDs) and Print Management Software and Services, we see this as further endorsement of our credentials in the public sector.”
Roland Cunningham, Bramble Hub’s Partner Director said: “Bramble Hub was created to enable high quality SME and specialist suppliers to offer their services to government and the wider public sector. We are very pleased that partnership with Kyocera will provide our customers access to their range of ICT services via the DAS framework.”
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