Apogee has been awarded supplier status to the National Education Printer Agreement (NEPA) Framework.
This National Framework Agreement is for the provision of Print Equipment and Managed Print Services, initially for two years but with two potential extensions taking this agreement up to 2020. The Framework was designed for use in the HE sector and can be used by the many regional Universities and Colleges Purchasing Organisations and their members. In addition the Scottish Government and a number of independent bodies can use the framework, as can any other publicly-funded organisation by joining the NEUPC.
Through the Framework, Apogee will provide solutions under several lots including Managed Print Services, Professional Print, One Stop Shop and Non-Managed Hardware.
“We are very excited to now be part of the NEUPC supplier community and are looking forward to helping Universities, Colleges, and other organisations to optimise their document and print infrastructure and gain total control of their costs” commented Gary Downey, Apogee Group Marketing Director. “We were awarded supplier status due to our national coverage, high levels of expertise and prowess in managed print services and specialist skills in production print environments, and we have put in place a dedicated account team to support all clients through this Framework.”