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Renaissance appointed as supplier in AoG agreement

Renaissance appointed as supplier in AoG agreement

Yoobee appointed to provide hardware, services and support for all of Apple's product range

Renaissance has been appointed Apple computer supplier under the All-of-Government (AoG) IT Supply Agreement, the company has announced.

Under the agreement, the company says it has appointed Yoobee to provide hardware, services and support for all of Apple’s product range to all eligible government agencies, councils and schools.

"We can offer AoG participants the best of both worlds," says Steve McLean, Yoobee general manager. "Whether the requirement is for a large scale deployment or simply a one off purchase, we can provide the service and support they need either directly or at one of our retail stores."


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