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Engie Gets Crown Posting

Engie Gets Crown Posting

Engie has been named as a supplier on Lot 6 of the new Crown Commercial Service RM6017 Postal Goods, Services and Solutions framework. This provides the public sector with access to a range of business process outsourcing, mailroom, document and data managed service solutions for digital transformation of mail and communications.    

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) supports the public sector to achieve better commercial value when procuring common goods and services.

 

“We look forward to working with CCS and public sector organisations through this framework to support their postal requirements and strategy and help transform their mailroom environments.”

–Hadleigh Standen

MD, Engie Central Government Sector

 

A digital world

 

The CCS estimates that in 2018/19, the service helped the public sector to achieve best value benefits worth £945 million.

“Engie’s expertise in delivering document management and business process services help manage the transition from paper to digital, while delivering a host of smart solutions that introduce significant efficiencies, resource savings and carbon reductions," continued Hadleigh Standen. 

 

The framework provides the public sector with access to a range of business process outsourcing, mailroom, document and data managed service solutions for digital transformation of mail and communications.

 

"Through our integrated offering, we are able to combine the most relevant services, support and technology from our suite of resources, to enable our customers to embrace a lower carbon, more efficient and increasingly digital world."

Picture: Engie's Central Government Sector business is on a CCS framework that will help users achieve best pricing for aspects such as document management and postal solutions.  

Article written by Brian Shillibeer

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