Three companies in smart board tender
ANKARA - Hürriyet Daily News
A consortium and two companies have submitted offers for the tender for smart boards. AA photoThree offers have been submitted for the tender for smart boards, smart document cameras and smart printers as part of the Fatih project, which is being carried out by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime and Communication.
A consortium and two companies submitted their offers to the General Directorate of Communication yesterday. The consortium of Datateknik-İnformatik Bilişim-Boğaziçi Bilgisayar-Akçadağ gave the lowest offer with 1.32 billion Turkish Liras. Arçelik submitted the second lowest bid with 1.56 billion liras, while Vestel Elektronik’s offer was 1.6 billion liras.
Govt to buy 347,367 smart boards
According to this tender, the government will purchase 347,367 smart boards, 41,966 document cameras, 13,645 multifunctional A3 printers and 28,351 multifunctional A4 printers. The tender commission will invite the firms - alone or together - for two reduction bargains. The company that offers the lowest bid will win the tender. The winning company or consortium will be obligated to deliver the orders within 480 days of the deal being signed.
The bidders for the first part of the tender are also obligated to have a research and development center. Otherwise, they have to establish such a center within six months of signing the deal.
However, Oyak Teknoloji offered 240.8 million liras for the printer part of the tender, while Sentim Bilişim’s offer was 244.8 million liras.
Meanwhile, a tender was launched in June for purchasing at least 10.6 million tablet PCs for distribution in schools as part of the Fatih project, with 11 local and international companies submitting offers.