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The Scottish Parliament has awarded Capital Document Solutions a contract for the supply and maintenance of multifunctional devices (MFD’s) and associated software – further bolstering the Edinburgh-based firm’s presence in the public sector.

An award-winning office equipment specialist, Capital will provide a wide range of MFD’s, offering copy, print and scan capability, and print management software for the Scottish Parliament building at Holyrood and MSP offices in constituencies across Scotland.

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The contract, which began in April 2014, also includes comprehensive maintenance of new and existing devices as well as IT and training support. It will run for an initial three years with the option of two additional one year extensions.

Tom Flockhart, founder and Managing Director of Capital, said: “The fact that we have secured this prestigious account speaks volumes of the skills and expertise of our team.We have a strong track record of providing first-class services to a wide – and ever growing – range of public sector clients.”

“We have established Capital as a truly national player; operating across the length and breadth of Scotland with first-class customer service provided through a network of regional branches.”

Fraser Robertson, Contract Manager at Capital, said: “This latest contract win is one of the company’s most prestigious in the public sector to date; with the provision, support and maintenance of a wide range of devices and software across the country, including the Highlands and Islands.”

“We take great pride in developing a true partnership approach with our clients and work closely with them to help them realise maximum benefit from their contract.”

“Equally, our ability to provide added value to public sector customers has been an important factor in the continued success of the business.”


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