Print Marketplace

The Print Marketplace (CCS Framework RM6071) is an online platform that enables public sector organisations to purchase compliant, cost-effective print services directly from a large pool of pre-qualified suppliers.

Below are three case studies showing how the platform is a true end-to-end service, an effective digital solution and how it can simplify print buying.

More than just print

Ulster University used the platform to purchase vibrant, engaging graphics for a high-profile campus opening. Multiple installations were needed, all whilst building work was still ongoing. The Print Marketplace supplier co-ordinated the installation with on-site contractors and the university team so that everything was ready for the grand opening!

A flexible framework

Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council needed a compliant framework to purchase a variety of print. The Print Marketplace allows them to channel all their requirements through a single user and different buying routes are available depending on how much support is required. The platform also gives the opportunity to buy local and supports hybrid working.

Simplifying print buying

The University of Worcester has opted to close their print room and use the Print Marketplace. APS provided training sessions to facilitate the transition, offering ongoing support once live. There are now over 80 users buying print via the platform, enjoying time and cost savings as well as assured business continuity and the option to contribute towards their green agenda.

Anchor

The Print Marketplace (CCS Framework RM6071) is an online platform that enables public sector organisations to purchase compliant, cost-effective print services directly from a large pool of pre-qualified suppliers.

Below are three case studies showing how the platform is a true end-to-end service, an effective digital solution and how it can simplify print buying.

More than just print

Ulster University used the platform to purchase vibrant, engaging graphics for a high-profile campus opening. Multiple installations were needed, all whilst building work was still ongoing. The Print Marketplace supplier co-ordinated the installation with on-site contractors and the university team so that everything was ready for the grand opening!

A flexible framework

Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council needed a compliant framework to purchase a variety of print. The Print Marketplace allows them to channel all their requirements through a single user and different buying routes are available depending on how much support is required. The platform also gives the opportunity to buy local and supports hybrid working.

Simplifying print buying

The University of Worcester has opted to close their print room and use the Print Marketplace. APS provided training sessions to facilitate the transition, offering ongoing support once live. There are now over 80 users buying print via the platform, enjoying time and cost savings as well as assured business continuity and the option to contribute towards their green agenda.

Companies House

The Print Marketplace (CCS Framework RM6071) is an online platform that enables public sector organisations to purchase compliant, cost-effective print services directly from a large pool of pre-qualified suppliers.

Below are three case studies showing how the platform is a true end-to-end service, an effective digital solution and how it can simplify print buying.

More than just print

Ulster University used the platform to purchase vibrant, engaging graphics for a high-profile campus opening. Multiple installations were needed, all whilst building work was still ongoing. The Print Marketplace supplier co-ordinated the installation with on-site contractors and the university team so that everything was ready for the grand opening!

A flexible framework

Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council needed a compliant framework to purchase a variety of print. The Print Marketplace allows them to channel all their requirements through a single user and different buying routes are available depending on how much support is required. The platform also gives the opportunity to buy local and supports hybrid working.

Simplifying print buying

The University of Worcester has opted to close their print room and use the Print Marketplace. APS provided training sessions to facilitate the transition, offering ongoing support once live. There are now over 80 users buying print via the platform, enjoying time and cost savings as well as assured business continuity and the option to contribute towards their green agenda.

Start4Life Weaning Campaign

The Print Marketplace (CCS Framework RM6071) is an online platform that enables public sector organisations to purchase compliant, cost-effective print services directly from a large pool of pre-qualified suppliers.

Below are three case studies showing how the platform is a true end-to-end service, an effective digital solution and how it can simplify print buying.

More than just print

Ulster University used the platform to purchase vibrant, engaging graphics for a high-profile campus opening. Multiple installations were needed, all whilst building work was still ongoing. The Print Marketplace supplier co-ordinated the installation with on-site contractors and the university team so that everything was ready for the grand opening!

A flexible framework

Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council needed a compliant framework to purchase a variety of print. The Print Marketplace allows them to channel all their requirements through a single user and different buying routes are available depending on how much support is required. The platform also gives the opportunity to buy local and supports hybrid working.

Simplifying print buying

The University of Worcester has opted to close their print room and use the Print Marketplace. APS provided training sessions to facilitate the transition, offering ongoing support once live. There are now over 80 users buying print via the platform, enjoying time and cost savings as well as assured business continuity and the option to contribute towards their green agenda.