Previously, our NDNA portfolio consisted of Stone, Samsung and Acer devices, but we can now offer a wider range of IT hardware to all UK Higher Education institutions associated with the framework.
As a Toshiba Authorised Service Provider, we are able to supply the quality and innovation of Toshiba’s full notebook, 2-in-1 and tablet offerings, along with a full range of value-added services.
Hardware maintenance work for all devices can be carried out either at our Staffordshire-based repair centre or in the field, so customers receive the same support experience across all three NDNA lots, regardless of vendor.
“We are thrilled to be part of the NDNA framework again and by signing with Toshiba we are able to broaden and enhance our portfolio for the higher education market,” said our CEO, Simon Harbridge. “This partnership further builds on the work we have done with Toshiba over the last 10 years on significant education programmes such as the Home Access scheme. The strength of the brand, coupled with product excellence, made them an obvious partnership for us.”
Lee Sanvitale, Higher Education Business Development Lead of Toshiba, comments: “We are delighted to be adding Stone to our list of approved suppliers under the National Desktop and Notebook Agreement. Stone have an excellent heritage in supplying the Higher Education community, so we are very much looking forward to working with them to provide Toshiba’s innovative notebooks and mobile technology into this market.”