National Desktop and Notebook Agreement
The NDNA is a framework agreement that started on the 1st September 2017 having been formed from the merger of the outgoing IRDA (Inter-Regional Desktop Agreement) and NNA (National Notebook Agreement).The agreement originated as a procurement exercise run by LUPC (London Universities Purchasing Consortium) and it is to all consortia-affiliated universities and colleges of higher and further education. The agreement is aimed at making your purchasing as easy and streamlined as possible. The agreement also includes significant benefits over traditional purchasing routes.
It is split into three lots:
Desktops (Lot 1)
Notebooks (Lot 2)
One-Stop Shop (Lot 3)
The NDNA enables you to purchase industry leading Acer computing through 3 qualified partners:
European Electronique
Stone Computers
By purchasing Acer products through the NDNA you can realise the following benefits:
20% estimated potential savings – Also available to staff and students
Acer Reliability promise on selected products
Acer Performance promise on selected products
Negotiated terms of contract that includes delivery
Stable product roadmaps
Configuration tool
Free download of Acer Classroom Manager available
Regularly benchmarked prices
Easy and secure procurement process that is EU Compliant
Buyers guides to help your decision making
Maximise your budget and your IT capability
To contact an Acer Education specialist please email NDNA@acer.com.