UK integrator Snellings accepted into key purchasing consortium
UK system integrator Snelling Business Systems has been accepted into the exclusive Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC). Snellings is now included on the suppliers list for the SUPC members for both supply and installation as well as design, supply and installation, for a number of geographic regions across the south, east, and midlands.
In addition, Snellings has also been appointed to the London Universities Purchasing Consortium, which is part of the SUPC. This will give the company the opportunity to tender to an additional 105 universities and colleges within the central London region. The LUPC also features a number of organisations as affiliated members, such as museums and hospitals.
Established in 1974, the SUPC is a membership-based buying organization for universities and further education colleges that develops and manages framework agreements, and is now one of the largest purchasing consortia in England. By collaborating with the other regional purchasing consortia, the SUPC framework also gives suppliers the opportunity to tender for contracts outside the south of England region.