Vision awarded Crown Commercial Service

Vision has announced its award of the government framework Crown Commercial Service (CCS), over a 3-year term for Managed Print and Content Management Services.

CCS is an executive agency and trading fund of the Cabinet Office of the UK Government and is responsible for improving government commercial and procurement activity. This achievement will enable Vision's Public Sector team to compete and win within Education, Local and County Council's, NHS etc.

Leon Wragg, Vision's Head of Public Sector said, "I am delighted our hard work over the past 6 years developing Vision's Public Sector offering has been recognised by Crown Commercial Service and confirms our position as one of the leading providers of Managed Print and Content Management Services.

Managed Print and Document Solutions, IT Services and Telecommunications provider, Vision has been developing its Public Sector team and strategy over several years within Higher and Further Education and Healthcare, helping them Manage Printing and Documents more efficiently whilst saving money. With the new award, in conjunction with its existing frameworks and go to market strategy, Vision hopes to continue its success and growth.

Leon added, "our remit as one of the Framework holders is to engage with all aspects of the Public Sector, to deliver a fully managed service focused on centralisation, security and standardisation of all print output. We will help manage and develop organisations print and document strategies by delivering a new solution and service and enhancing existing technology and infrastructure, developing best practice and improving efficiencies. I look forward to leading Vision's Public Sector Team in partnership with Crown Commercial Service and delivering world class, market leading Services to the Public Sector through this innovative and dynamic Framework." 

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