As HP’s largest reseller of Notebooks and Desktops into Higher Education, DTP has recently been confirmed as a representative of the vendor on the National Desktop and Notebook Agreement (NDNA) framework , a multi-million pound universities procurement agreement.
One stop shop for universities
Managed by the London Universities Purchasing Consortium, the well supported four-year agreement which went live on 1st September 2017 enables DTP, a Higher Education focussed HP partner, to act as a one stop shop for the procurement of HP desktops, notebooks, mobile devices and managed services.
Best value on client devices
Typically, Higher Education customers save around 15% on their notebook and desktop costs by procuring through the NDNA agreement. Institutions also benefit from free lifetime technical support, dedicated account management, free replacement of machines exhibiting multiple failures within a 12-month period, cradle to grave asset management, recycling, trade in and disposal (WEEE), installations, warranties and a unique online configurator to build their own devices.
DTP can supply under all three Lots of the agreement – Lot 1 for desktops, Lot 2 for notebooks and mobile devices and Lot 3, a one-stop shop for both categories. DTP has been a supplier on the NDNA framework for a number of years, yet with an estimated value of £440m, the new agreement is much larger than the previous (which was valued at around £310M). This time round, a number of notable vendors and resellers were also knocked from the list.
For more information about how we can support you with consistently competitive pricing and a high level of quality service, please call our Client Devices team on 0113 276 0210 or email NDNABids@dtpgroup.co.uk