Probrand has won a place on four Lots of the new Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Technology Products 2 (TP2) framework RM3733. Worth up to £4bn over 4 years, the framework will serve as a compliant route for the UK public sector including social housing associations, educational institutes and the NHS.
Probrand has been listed as a supplier in Lot 1 (hardware), Lot 2 (software), Lot 3 (combined hardware and software) and Lot 6 (online product catalogue provider). The business will provide software, servers, networking, end user devices, printers, AV and peripherals, as well as enterprise solutions like virtualisation, Storage Are Networks, firewalls and remote access.
As a TP2 technology supplier, public sector bodies will benefit from Probrand’s sector specialists, award-winning technical experts and reliability for delivering value for money when it comes to purchasing commodity technology goods and services.
The new framework, which replaces the government’s original Technology Products framework, focuses on providing a clear structure for buyers and suppliers with an emphasis on delivering the right blend of vendors, products and associated services.
Probrand is accredited by procurement (CIPS) and finance (ICAEW) professionals for delivering procurement excellence and consistent best value.