CCS has partnered up with Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation (EPSO) to help customers in education and local government get the best value technology.
Since 2012, we’ve been working alongside ESPO to help and support customers, predominantly within the local government and education sectors.
Our latest partnership will allow us to offer maximum value to customers who want to buy hardware and software like laptops, desktops, screens and software licenses.
With remote working more important than ever, both frameworks are key routes to market for the technologies and services needed to ensure staff can operate effectively, in and out of the workplace.
Education Technology and TePAS customers can also expect to benefit from access to expertise, guidance and support from our expert teams, alongside in-depth sector knowledge and a wide selection of products and services.
By working together, we believe that we can help more public sector customers than ever before to get even better value through a wider range of innovative products and services.
Our Chief Executive, Simon Tse, said:
CCS and ESPO share an understanding of just how important the customer experience is at every stage of their procurement journey. These agreements have been designed in collaboration with those who use them, and we’re really proud to be offering them to the market in collaboration with ESPO – an organisation we have a long and successful history of working closely with.
Maurice Campbell, Assistant Director – Commercial and Procurement at ESPO, added:
This latest collaboration comes at a crucial time as many people continue to navigate new ways of working remotely. These solutions ensure the best possible service and outcome for our customers and the wider public sector, allowing quick, easy and compliant access to a wide range of technology hardware and software. We’re pleased to be continuing our work with CCS in our ongoing efforts to meet the needs of our customers.