Vision are currently on three major frameworks including:
- The National Education Printer Agreement (NEPA)
- Crown Commercial Service (CCS) incorporating Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation (YPO), Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation (ESPO)
- Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC)
Vision have achieved significant success with major wins through Public Sector Frameworks, including Manchester Metropolitan University delivering device rationalisation, improved workflow and innovation & Barnsley College where Vision’s Solution have saved the College over 45% in printing costs.
Our Frameworks can provide you as a Public Sector customer with access to a wide range of hardware including multifunctional devices (MFDs) as well as managed print and managed document services, through a simple and effective agreement.
As a Public Sector organisation you can use a buying framework with the aim to make buying easier whilst also achieving the very best value.
Just some of the many benefits to the Public Sector organisations utilising Vision’s frameworks includes:
- Partnerships with market leading vendors that have undergone stringent prequalification processes to be a part of an approved supplier framework
- Proven value for money on all technology and services
- Bespoke frameworks that meet a specific set of specifications and requirements
- Cost savings – In some instances organisations can reduce costs by more than 40% from their previous supplier
- Resources, support and time savings on procurement processes and as part of the awarded contract and agreed solution
- Maximum value from every commercial relationship
- improved quality of service delivery for common goods and services across the Public Sector
- Suppliers who adhere to Environment & Sustainability policies
- Contract flexibility
- Transparent, auditable purchasing processes and full compliance with EU procurement regulations
- Minimum, mandatory security standards that help protect your organisation
- Access to free professional purchasing advice through the framework