Faced with numerous routes to market, which is best for us?
Wider public-sector organisations with a print and digital solution requirement and unsure what to do and how to put in place a quality formal arrangement, look no further
In these challenging times where budgets are slashed, time is very important and resources are limited. It is vital that when considering your procurement options, you choose a route to market wisely.
The solution should be compliant and capable of delivering an efficient, fit for purpose and versatile route that is specifically designed for the wider public sector. It should offer scope, flexibility and the potential for significant savings on current spend.
CDS are a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Framework RM3785, which 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, 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. For more information visit the Crown Commercial Service agreements website.
Alternatively, call David Burton at CDS and we will do what we can to help – 0113 399 4000. CDS is one of the six framework suppliers. Other suppliers on lot 2 of the framework can be found on the CCS link above.
RM3785 encourages early engagement between the customers and the suppliers. This is especially useful if you want to understand precisely what services are available and how these may bring benefit to your organisation. Also, it enables the suppliers to gain a thorough understanding of what your organisation is trying to achieve, both strategically and tactically, resulting in better, more appropriate proposals.
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