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A contatc of mine is working with financing infrastructure projects in Russia. He is keen to know of any providers of IT equipment that can take on a supply contract for e.g. schools. Don't suppose you would have any idea where to find such people?
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- Real Name: Geraldine Sutch (Lord Help me!)
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What sort of IT equipment, in even medium size orders he can go straight to the manufacturers; give us a slightly more detailed brief of what he's looking for and I can guarantee you that he'll have people falling over themselves to supply - as long as the end user's good for the money - he may have to suffer proforma invoices for a while - have quite broad based contacts with school IT equipment because of the childrens charity that I work with (it's what we buy for VI children) but can certainly pass names on or vicky verky
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I work for RM, the leading IT supplier to education in the UK - we tailor our products to education, and include low-power eco-PCs (we're launching a sub-50Watt PC, including display!), tough-books, and also software and services provision.
If I can help. let me know - might be able to to put you in touch with the right people at least.
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