One Nucleus signs agreement with SEHTA for members' access to preferred suppliers
5 January 2012
One Nucleus has signed an agreement with SEHTA (South East Health Technologies Alliance) that gives SEHTA members access to One Nucleus Preferred Suppliers through the One Nucleus Purchasing Consortium Scheme.
The One Nucleus Purchasing Consortium has an annual spend of over £6 million with its eight Preferred Suppliers and over 90 One Nucleus Gold Members. The consortium utilises the buying volume of member companies to negotiate and promote Preferred Supply Agreements.
The aim is to provide bottom-line cost savings for members as well as offering added value services that would not normally be available to SEHTA member companies on an individual basis. SEHTA will operate the purchasing scheme through a new subscription membership offer to be launched early in 2012.
Richard Dickinson, Director of Specialist Services at One Nucleus said “One Nucleus and SEHTA are working together in partnership to leverage the combined buying power in a way that benefits all our member companies.”
David Parry, CEO of SEHTA, said ”This is an important collaboration for our members as it opens up an entirely new stream of contacts, business opportunities, and commercial costs savings for them.”