The DMS Digital Group is excited to announce that they have been awarded a place on the KCS Professional Services Y20003 Audio Visual Solutions Framework.
This framework covers the provision of a full range of audio visual (AV) and interactive solutions, as well as associated services and support and maintenance, including delivery, installation and/or integration and on-going support and maintenance of audio visual equipment:
- Interactive products and solutions
- Visual products (including televisions)
- Digital signage
- Soundfield systems
- Replacement parts
- Installation and integration
- Replacement parts
- Room control systems
- End user support
- Service desk
- Project management
- Asset management
Terence Hargreaves, Account Director at DMS had this to say about the Framework:
"We are delighted to have been awarded a place on this framework. In a time when the workplace is changing, many are looking at new innovative ways to collaborate and Audio Visual solutions are often a way for people to do this. DMS have offered world leading AV Solutions to our clients for many years and for us to be able to offer these to our Public Sector clients through a recognised framework is great news. We look forward to working with KCS and many other public sector organisations over the new few years."
By securing a place on the framework, DMS is recognised as an approved, professional supplier for a range of public sector organisations including, but not limited to:
- Central Government departments and their agencies
- NHS and HSC Bodies
- Police and Emergency Services
- Housing Associations
- Schools and Academies
- Local Authority Establishments
- Registered Charities
As an approved supplier, DMS can now benefit from a more streamlined procedure when acquiring contracts for audio visual work, reducing time and the administrative burden. It also provides the opportunity to be awarded multiple contracts and build long lasting working relationships with a number of buyers.
For buyers looking for services through the framework, they can benefit from less downtime when searching for and choosing suppliers as well as a reduction in administrative costs associated with publishing multiple notices for the work. They may also see potential savings as suppliers may offer more competitive prices.