Vision ended 2016 scoring a hat-trick in public sector wins. The company was awarded three major frameworks inlcuding the National Education Printer Agreement (NEPA), Crown Commercial Service (CCS) incorporating Yorkshire Purchasing Consortium (YPO), Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation (ESPO) and Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC).
The company says that the success comes off the back of its continued investment in and development of its public sector team, offering, and routes to market. Its winning formula has resulted in significant wins with higher and further education, healthcare including NHS trusts, universities and colleges.
The Group’s scalability and resources are well placed to compete and win in public sector and being awarded all three major frameworks will become the catalyst for continued growth and success.
Leon Wragg, Vision’s Head of Public Sector said “This is an outstanding achievement and I am delighted our hard work and investment over the past six years has been recognised by three major frameworks. This recognition confirms our place as one of the market leaders, providing managed print solutions, content and document management to the public sector”.