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By | Team Register 9th March 2006 12:17

PC World Business wins Catalist status

Not much surprise here

PC World Business (PCWB) is to be an approved reseller for the UK government's Catalist IT catalogue, the Office of Government Commerce (OGC) announced today.

It would have been a disaster if the outcome had been any different: PCWB already claims 56,000 public sector accounts and is an approved reseller to the state through its G-cat accreditation. G-cat lapses later this year to be replaced by Catalist.

PCWB's Catalist status extends to all its brands, including Inmac, Equanet and MacWarehouse. ®

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