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Ricoh pens extension with Crown Commercial Service

Ricoh has secured a four-year contract to continue as a supplier for the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), an executive agency of the Cabinet Office that help the public sector achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.

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The contract covers the supply of multifunctional devices, print and digital workflow software services and managed print services

The deal will see Ricoh remain as a supplier of multifunctional devices (MFDs) and related services, as per lot two of the agreement, as well as become a supplier of fully managed services of MFD print environments under lot three.

In addition, Ricoh will be the sole supplier for lot one, in which it will oversee the provision of a simple online procurement route of MFDs for public sector bodies. This will be the first time Ricoh serves as the single supplier oversees lot one responsibilities. 
Alasdair McCormick, national sales director of government grameworks at Ricoh UK, says: “This appointment gives the appropriate procurement route to Ricoh’s market leading MFD products and services whether they be small schools or large central government agencies. 

“This framework complements our position on the CCS's technology services framework, postal services and document management frameworks, allowing customers access to Ricoh’s full portfolio as a digital services provider, through a cohesive set of compliant contracts.
“Our customers trust us, and this provides them with the ability to do more in partnership with us.”

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