Argyll & Bute ESPO Award

24-02-2016

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CRB Cunninghams are delighted to announce that we were recently awarded a contract with Argyll and Bute Council via the ESPO framework.


A total of nine Argyll and Bute secondary and joint campus schools will receive upgrades to both hardware and software for Cashless Catering, which CRB Cunninghams will supply, install and provide support for, as per the Service Level Agreement.


The upgrades are part of a Council project which will see the introduction of National Entitlement Cards (NEC) for use within all of it Cashless Catering schools, replacing the existing in-house produced Young Scot Cards. The Cashless Catering Upgrade project is being run in a phased manner in conjunction with another Council project, already underway, which is introducing the use of NECs, where appropriate, on its secondary school transport.


CRB Cunninghams look forward to a successful partnership working alongside Argyll and Bute Council, and thank them for their continued support of the Impact solutions for their schools.


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