A flagship event for the Scottish public sector will see Capital Document Solutions offer expert advice on a wide range of office equipment and print solutions. Procurex Scotland Live 2014 is a major, annual exhibition for buyers and suppliers in the public sector. The established event will be held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) in Glasgow on Tuesday, October 21.
Capital, which has operations across the length and breadth of Scotland, is exhibiting at stand G50. In 2013, Capital was re-appointed as a successful supplier on the Scottish Government’s National Framework Agreement for Office Equipment for the second successive term.
The company will offer visitors expert advice on the latest office technology as well as guidance on how organisations can make substantial cost savings, improve document processes, increase security and minimise their impact on the environment.
Procurex is expected to attract more than a thousand key decision-makers from across the private and public sectors. For more information visit www.procurexlive.co.uk/scotland
The event will also host the Scottish Government’s National Public Procurement Conference before culminating in the prestigious Government Opportunities (GO) Awards Scotland, which recognises the best suppliers in the public sector.
In October 2012, Capital Document Solutions won the Best Service honour at the GO Awards Scotland for the high level and quality of its services to end users in the Scottish public sector.
Tom Flockhart, founder and managing director at Capital, said: “We’re delighted to be returning to Procurex as it brings together many of the leading public sector bodies in Scotland. As an exhibitor, it represents a great opportunity to demonstrate our wide range of capabilities to a mixture of existing and potential partners in the public sector and meet existing and potential clients.
“I’m very much looking forward to the opportunity to share our expert knowledge on how organisations can enhance cost control, efficiency and security as well as reduce their environmental impact.”