• Probrand wins place on new CCS Technology Online Purchasing content framework

Technology services company Probrand has won a place on the new Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Technology Online Purchasing content framework – RM6147.

The new framework, worth up to £500m over four years, replaces the government’s original Technology Products 2 Lot 6 Catalogue. It will provide public sector organisations with a flexible and compliant way to procure technology products.

As a listed supplier on the new framework, Probrand will use its platform to deliver the best daily pricing and stock levels on a catalogue of more than 300,000 hardware and software products – along with opportunities to take advantage of volume and personalised sector discounts.

Public sector organisations will also benefit from access to Probrand’s technical team and sector specialists, who are dedicated to working within the supply chain to deliver value for money.

The approval to supply through this new framework, strengthens Probrand’s existing framework portfolio, which includes CCS frameworks, the Welsh Government, YPO and TfL, amongst others.

Probrand is accredited by procurement (CIPS) and finance (ICAEW) professionals for delivering procurement excellence and consistent best value.