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The Southern University Purchasing Consortium (SUPC) has issued a tender to resellers for a software framework worth an estimated £60m a year. SUPC is the largest of the UK's six higher education procurement organisations and includes 117 member colleges and institutions that stump up its funding. Resellers were last week asked …

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IT Angle

60 million a year??

Did anyone else watch panorama last night?

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Anonymous Coward

they wish

Having done work at various unis as a contractor I know for a fact that they have only just moved from the XP platform and Off2010, so I doubt there is the market that they claim.

Still, lots of £120's just to be considered!!

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Anonymous Coward

£120 is that all?

I'd consider a look for £120, how many tyre kickers is this going to put off?

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