Bull tops the table this month with a £4 million technology and service contract to supply Derby City Council with a fully-managed workflow and productivity solution.
The contract, which spans five years, took a record five weeks to agree, from the first bid negotiations to the signing of the deal!
Councillor Alan Graves of Derby City Council said: "Our partnership approach with Bull will bring together the strengths of our two organisations: our skilled and committed staff and Bull's knowledge of how to get the best from our use of IT.
"It will release our staff from the frustrations of paper-based systems."
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