IT products and services (ii): IT hardware
Our IT Hardware sub-lot for large customer organisations, has recently been awarded on the newest version of our popular IT Products and Services (ITPS2) framework.
The ITPS2 framework went live on 15 July 2020, with the exception of sub-lot 2b, which is now live and available for customers to use. It offers access to the entire range of IT Hardware, from tablets to bespoke storage solutions.
Customers are also able to buy standalone associated services such as Network or Helpdesk services. Designed to reflect the needs of customers, there is a diverse selection of suppliers, from Welsh SMEs to multi-national OEMs.
This framework agreement offers a compliant, simple and competitive route to market for customers wishing to order a range of IT hardware; software products; and related services.
The suppliers now available on lot 2 (IT Hardware) are:
- Centerprise International Ltd
- Circle IT Solutions Ltd
- Computacenter (UK) Ltd
- Computerworld Wales Ltd
- Dell Corporation Ltd
- Kingsfield Computer Products
- Lenovo Technology (UK) Ltd
- Phoenix Software Ltd
- Pure Technology Group Ltd
- Stone Computers Ltd
- XMA Ltd
Details of how to use each lot of the framework, and the suppliers awarded to each lot are available on the Sell2Wales Contracts Register (login required).
Buyer Control Panel >Contract Register (under Organisation)>View Public Contracts>Advanced Search>Type in framework title>Check the box 'Include Collaborative Contracts'>Search
For further information, please contact: NPSICTCategoryTeam@gov.wales
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