Stone replaces Academia as HP reseller on huge higher education framework

Tom Wright
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Stone replaces Academia as HP reseller on huge higher education framework

Stone can now sell HP devices, as well as its own, through the £440m framework

Stone has replaced Academia as an HP Inc reseller on a £440m higher education framework. The National Desktop and Notebook Agreement (NDNA) allows institutions to buy end-point hardware from a h...

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