Etailer and services provider included in the RM1054 Technology Products Agreement

Novatech receives government approval

Growing UK tech etailer and reseller Novatech has announced it has been included in The Crown Commercial Service’s RM1054 Technology Products Agreement. 

This agreement means Novatech will compete for part of the requirement that thousands of government-funded organisations and public bodies, such as local authorities and schools, have for technology products.

Novatech’s founder and managing director, David Furby, said: “Being part of the Crown Commercial Service’s Technology Products agreement shows that our hard work is being recognised at the highest level, and we are competing on a national stage against some of the industry’s best-known technology names. 

“Whitehall has, in recent years, made it easier for smaller firms like Novatech to become suppliers to public sector and government departments, but with 27 years of experience in providing technology for schools, businesses and councils we know we have earned our place." 

The idea behind the framework is to give purchasing teams within the public sector access to companies that offer the best value for tax payers’ money within a procurement system.

Novatech is part of PCR’s Retail Advisory Board.

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