Managed Services Provider (MSP), Annodata, has been awarded a position on the NHS London Procurement Partnership (LPP) framework, that supports the NHS to make the most of its purchasing power, to maximise investment in patient care.
Annodata has been placed on the Clinical and Digital Information Systems (CDIS) framework on Lot 3.1a Supply of Printers and MFDs and Lot 3.1b a Managed Print Services (Enabling Systems Supporting EPR & Digital 2020).
Rod Tonna-Barthet, CEO of Annodata said, “public healthcare is an extremely important sector for Annodata and it stands to gain a lot from the services we offer. Budget cuts often mean that this market needs to find alternative ways to generate savings in a way that doesn’t impact patients and staff. Since we started as a company, we’ve helped numerous healthcare institutions to reimagine their print estates by helping them gain the visibility and transparency required to improve the overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness of their environments allowing the NHS to redirect costs from back office infrastructure to front line services.”
To qualify for a place on the framework, suppliers must be suitably experienced and capable for use by NHS trusts, foundation trusts, clinical commissioning groups, GP federations and other health and social care providers within the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, as well as local authorities and other third sector organisations.
Rod added, “we are very pleased to have been awarded a place on the NHS LPP as Annodata has a strong commitment to the public healthcare service, reflected by our solutions that are tailored specifically for this sector. Achieving a position on this framework, in addition to the recent place we earned on the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC), consolidates our stance as a trusted advisor to the public sector as a whole.”