Atea, the leading IT infrastructure supplier in the Nordic and Baltic regions, has secured a major win with the Norwegian state procurement authority (DFØ). The company has signed a large public sector frame agreement, covering the sale of PCs and related accessories and services to 167 end customer organizations within the public sector, including central government agencies and higher education institutions.
Two-Part Frame Agreement
The frame agreement has two parts, one for Windows PCs and one for Macintosh computers. Atea’s bid for Windows PCs received the highest ranking by the state procurement authority. As one of three resellers on the new frame agreement, Atea expects its sales volume on the new frame agreement to significantly increase as a result of having the top-ranking bid for Windows PCs.
Value of Frame Agreement
The estimated value of the frame agreement is NOK 650 million per year for PCs and NOK 150 million per year for Macs. The term of the frame agreement is two years, with an option to extend for an additional two years.
Reaction from Atea
“We are grateful to have been awarded the new frame agreement and look forward to providing the public sector with modern IT solutions to address their critical role in our society,” said Ole Petter Saxrud, Managing Director of Atea Norway.
Atea’s win in the Norwegian state procurement authority’s frame agreement is a major boost for the company. With the top-ranking bid for Windows PCs, Atea is poised to significantly increase its sales volume on the new frame agreement. The company’s commitment to providing modern IT solutions to the public sector underscores its commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction.
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