Lexmark awarded place on Crown Commercial Service framework agreement

Published: 10-Mar-2017

Lexmark awarded position on RM3781 Lot 3 for Managed Print and Content Management Services in the UK

Lexmark International has been awarded a place on the highly-competitive Crown Commercial Services (CCS) Framework Agreement.

The RM3781 framework offers public sector and central government customer solutions for printer/copier, managed print, and records information management services.

Awarded in partnership with YPO and Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation (ESPO), the milestone enables Lexmark to deliver a fully-outsourced service focused on supporting centralising, securitising, and standardising office outputs in the UK.

This framework has been developed with the objective of meeting the increased customer demand for digital solutions and to provide organisations with the tools to not only increase efficiency, but also to realise cost savings.

Specifically Lexmark will deliver customers with the capability to digitise workflows and cut carbon footprints.

Through the optimisation of a more-flexible print strategy, customers will have the opportunity to discover more-efficient approaches to the entire printing operation across their organisation.

The new CCS framework has been designed with the intention of becoming the principal procurement agreement across the public sector, including central and local government, police authorities, NHS bodies, and universities.

“At Lexmark, we’ve always been in the business of providing best-in-class solutions, and the fact that we’ve been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Services Government Framework is a testament to this,” said Danny Molhoek, general manager for North West Europe at Lexmark.

“We already work with a host of government bodies and public-sector institutions providing managed print and content services, enabling them to digitise workflows.

“This new framework allows us to continue doing this work as more organisations look to make this move from paper to digital.”

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