Snelling appointed to NEUPC framework

Snelling appointed to NEUPC framework
Snelling Business Systems has been appointed to the NEUPC audio visual supplies, system design, installation and maintenance framework agreement, being awarded a four year framework agreement for higher education customers in England and Wales.

The appointment follows a flurry of new appointments to the NEUPC framework, including GV Multimedia and CDEC in August 2020. 

The agreement is organised into regional ‘lots’, split into large contract and small contract providers, with member institutions able to determine the most appropriate lot and reserving the right to call competition from multiple lots. 

The 4-year framework agreement, predominantly for Higher Education customers in England and Wales, is organised into regional ‘lots’, each split into large contract and small contract providers.

Snelling received a place for both small and large size contracts in Greater London, East of England, East Midlands, West Midlands and South East England, with access to the framework available to members of Higher Education Purchasing Consortium, Wales (HEPCW), London Universities Purchasing Consortium (LUPC) and the Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC). 

The agreement was designed by AV technicians, managers and purchasing personnel from institutions within the participating membership. 
Toby Wise, managing director, Snelling Business Systems commented: “I’m extremely pleased with the successful outcome of our bid for the NEUPC framework agreement. Audio Visual design, engineering, and support to meet the nuanced requirements and exacting standards of the Higher Education sector continues to be the mainstay of our operations. We are fully committed to our Higher Education customers and look forward to delivering outstanding quality, value and technological innovation”