Mail & Ship
Pitney Bowes included in mailroom equipment Framework Agreements for Ireland and Wales
Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI), a global technology company that provides innovative products and solutions to power commerce, has confirmed its position on two new public sector mailroom equipment framework agreements for Ireland and Wales.
The framework for Ireland is the Multi Supplier Framework for the Supply of Mailroom Equipment (including Franking Machines) and Associated Services, from the Office of Government Procurement. Pitney Bowes’ inclusion is for a two-year period. The framework for Wales is the Postal & Courier Services & Mailroom Equipment Framework Agreement (NPS-CSC-0023-15) from the National Procurement Service for Wales. Pitney Bowes is included in Lot 5, Mailroom Equipment for a three-year period with the possibility of a 12-month extension at the end of this term.
Inclusion on these frameworks ensures best value for public sector organisations across Wales and the Republic of Ireland, and provides access to Pitney Bowes’ portfolio of innovative physical and digital Sending Technology Solutions and services. These include the widely-acclaimed Relay Inserter SeriesTM and Communications Hub, which integrates a high-performance inserter with a cloud-based software platform for the highest levels of mail accuracy and integrity.
Pitney Bowes’ presence on these frameworks demonstrates Pitney Bowes’ strong and continued commitment to the public sector. Ryan Higginson, Vice President SME and Government, Pitney Bowes said, “With 95 years’ experience working closely with public sector organisations, we know and understand the pressures they face today, from keeping up with the pace of digital transformation to meeting government targets and achieving best value in procurement. Each contracting body is very different, but is consistent in wanting to provide a great customer experience to every citizen within the communities they serve”. He continued, “Pitney Bowes’ inclusion on these frameworks recognises this experience, and gives us the chance to support and partner with organisations across Ireland and Wales”.