PfH is a respected leading procurement provider within the UK’s social housing sector, known for the value it enables its members to create from their supply chains.
In 2021 alone, PfH saved their 900+ member organisations £18.5m via access to a wide range of procurement services including consultancy, technology, dynamic purchasing systems and dedicated frameworks offering best value from market leading suppliers.
PfH ensure that their tender and evaluation processes deliver on member requirements via thorough engagement with members including responses to detailed questionnaires and in-depth discussions to understand their requirements this is in addition to extensive market research and analysis.
Under PfH’s Print Management and Multifunctional Device solutions framework, Apogee has been appointed as first ranked supplier on Lot 2 – Multi-functional Devices and Managed Print Services. The framework is available to all PfH members, UK housing associations, ALMOs and local authorities, including the wider public sector and looks to support social landlords to improve spend performance and efficiency.
As the 1st ranked Lot 2 supplier, Apogee will provide members a full range of print devices and digital transformation solutions ranging from domestic desktop to high level fully functional commercial multifunctional devices. As part of digital transformation Apogee offers accompanying software such as print management and Cloud print solutions for monitoring printing trends, stock levels, and identifying opportunities for cash and efficiency savings whilst providing comprehensive visibility and control.
Simon Jones, National Frameworks Manager at Apogee Corporation said: “We are very proud to be awarded this agreement and are looking forward to developing close business partnerships with PfH members,”
He added, “We appreciate that the purpose of the Framework is to provide the best support from multifunctional devices and providers. Apogee will work to assist PfH members to achieve fleet cost reductions, improve efficiency and reduce their device downtime, all of which will aid in the delivery of critical housing services.”
Rosemary Clarkson, PfH Category Buyer for the Print Management Framework stated that “Given the strength of Apogee’s tender response, we are confident in Apogee’s capability to deliver Print solutions which are tailored to the housing sector’s requirements, whilst delivering value for money.”
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