Javelin Technologies awarded 2 year Master Agreement with the Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace* (OECM) to supply on an as-need basis 3D printer technology, services and training to Ontario’s public sector including school boards, colleges, universities, municipalities, libraries & hospitals.
After a recent extensive competitive tender process by OECM that included an analysis of equipment safety criteria and a history of delivering the highest level support services across Ontario, Javelin was selected as an OECM supplier partner and will offer all public institutions:
- High quality, commercial & education grade Stratasys 3D printers
- Entry level, 5th generation MakerBot 3D printers (subsidiary of Stratasys)
- SOLIDWORKS Education Edition and SOLIDWORKS University Research License (3D CAD is a prerequisite to the 3D printing process)
- Training, education, curriculum and service support
The OECM Master Agreement ensures Broader Public Sector (BPS) Procurement Directive compliance and helps public institutions achieve savings & increased efficiencies via OECM’s open, competitive, rigorous and transparent procurement process.
Already a well-established Canadian supplier, Javelin’s extensive work in industry and education at the forefront of 3D technology ensures our clients that all of our technology and training opens new & exciting opportunities, applications and discoveries. As John Brown, Javelin’s Director of Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing states:
“Javelin is partnering with OECM for Ontario’s success with innovation. Over 130 education and 4,000 commercial clients already trust in Javelin. We are looking forward to expanding our support of Ontario’s public sector & our education system with our world-class 3D technology & value-add services – now with better efficiencies and savings for our public sector clients.”
For more information please contact us or call Paul Sesto — 3D Printing Education Specialist at (905) 815-1906 ext.259
*Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace (OECM) was launched in 2006 as a not-for-profit; Broader Public Sector (BPS) group procurement organization to support Ontario’s publicly funded education institutions. OECM offers a marketplace of competitively-sourced and priced products and services through collaborative sourcing agreements. Buying through OECM’s Marketplace helps Ontario’s publicly funded education institutions and other publicly funded organizations deliver savings and increase efficiencies. (See www.oecm.ca )
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