Maintenance of information technology software

Buyer: Nasjonalt Folkehelseinstitutt (FHI) (The Norwegian Institute of Public Health)


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Description:
Description:
The objective of the procurement is to meet FHI's requirement for EMC Documentum D2 (henceforth referred to as Documentum). The agreement with the existing service provider expires 28.11.2015. FHI must implement a new tender contest in order to establish a new agreement. The agreement includes the following:
— Licences, ‘Documentum Platform Bundle’ which includes licence for the following:
a) 600 user licences
b) Content Server
c) Documentum Administrator
d) Documentum Developer Studio
e) Documentum D2 Plus Pack
f) DTS Documentum Transformation Services
g) IDS Interactive Delivery Services Source
h) IDS Interactive Delivery Services Target
— Administration of the product (error recovery, documentation and new versions).
— Consultancy and support services (user support, assistance and stand-by)
For further information about the contents of the procurement, please see the annexes in section II.

Country:
Country:
Norway

Published:
Published date:
Sep 04 2015

Deadline:
Deadline:
Oct 09 2015

CPVs:
CPVs:
72267100 - Maintenance of information technology software
72600000 - Computer support and consultancy services
39132000 - Filing systems
72261000 - Software support services

Address:
Address:
Lovisenberggata 8
Oslo
Norway

Location:
Location:
Oslo

Contact:
Contact:
Morten S. Lauritzen

Email:
Email:
morten@odinprosjekt.no

Tel:
Tel:
+47 21077000

URL:
URL:
https://kgv.doffin.no/ctm/Supplier/CompanyInformation/Index/1063



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Source ID:
Source ID:
311711-2015


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