CDS is exhibiting at the Public Sector Show
Join us on the 21st November 2017 in Manchester!
We’re delighted to support the Public Sector Show at Manchester Central on Tuesday 21st November 2017. Meet us on stand G23 - adjacent to ‘The State of the Public Sector’ Auditorium.
Our main focus at the event will be the promotion of CCS Framework RM3785 – Managed Print and Digital Solutions – LOT 2 – Fully managed, tailored and bespoke print and marketing solutions.
Look out for David Burton, CCS Director and Tony Mawson, Director of Support Services.
How can we help?
We welcome you to visit our stand where we will be on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding this key print framework. We can advise how to access CCS RM3785, the scope of the framework and how to get best results from it. We have considerable experience of working with this and similar CCS print frameworks and we can share a number of case studies discussing best practices and significant savings achieved.
A booklet containing information about CDS, CCS and the Framework RM3785 together with numerous case studies will be available to take away on the day, or you can download a copy of the CCS booklet now.
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Framework RM3785 offers all Public Sector organisations the flexibility to source a fully-managed, end-to-end print and digital solution that includes associated services, such as design, marketing material, storage, fulfilment and distribution, postal dispatch, scanning and stock management. The Framework offers a compliant, straightforward, quick, cost efficient and direct route to market and eliminates the busiest first part of the procurement process.
Accessing the Framework couldn’t be more straightforward - take a look at the CCS Agreements site.
Alternatively, email David Burton or call 0113 399 4000.
CDS is one of the six Framework Suppliers. Other suppliers on Lot 2 of the Framework can be found on the Crown Commercial Services website.
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