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The institute has provided accreditation for Probrand’s e-procurement engine, which drives the company’s IT Index technology procurement product.
The announcement follows more than 12 months work with Probrand to approve its software.
The IT Index enables organisations to secure best price and availability on a wide range of IT products from a laptop or desktop PC through to printer toner cartridges. Its customers include British Bakeries, Golden West Foods, Unipart, Marks & Spencer and Geest.
Stephen Bushell, group head of new business development at Probrand, said: ‘This represents a massive step forwards for us. To be the first e-procurement solution provider to receive accreditation from the institute highlights the fact that our software has achieved the highest accolade.’
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