Centerprise is proud to announce its successful award to the new RM3733 Technology Products 2 Agreement.This Framework is to replace the RM1054 Agreement, which will expire on November 16, 2016, and consisted of 4 lots – 3 of which Centerprise tendered for and was appointed to in 2014.
RM3733 is available to be utilised by any public sector body in the UK, and provides a fit-for-purpose and market-leading replacement solution for the RM1054 Agreement.
Bidding for RM3733 began on May 20, 2016, and unlike its predecessor, this agreement features 6 rather than 4 lots. Centerprise is proud to announce its exclusive position, being the only company awarded a position across ALL lots.
The Framework's 6 lots are: Hardware, Software, Combined Hardware and Software Requirements, Information Assured Products, Volume Hardware Requirements, and Catalogue.
Centerprise Defence & Security Manager and RM3733 Pursuit Lead, Phil Boyes, said:
"The successful award of RM3733 across all 6 lots further strengthens our position across Public Sector. The step change towards an increased evaluation of Quality and Technical opposed to price, strengthens the Government commitment towards SME's such as ourselves."
The RM3733 Framework highlights Centerprise's great standing as a provider of IT products, services and solutions. Moreover, that the Centerprise name appears across every single lot accentuates the company's unique, competitive position amongst other providers on that list.
Centerprise Chairman, Rafi Razzak, stated:
"We are delighted to be awarded all the lots in the new CCS Framework Agreement. This is testimony to our value add as an SME operating in the space of the public sector for over 25 years. Our philosophy has not changed; it is based on honesty, trust and respect. We listen to our customer and deliver value for money, coupled with unrivalled services."