Dell

Commodity: 

Preferred Contract Vendor for IT Hardware/Software and Accessories

Dell

  • 1984 — At the age of 19, Michael Dell found PC's Limited with $1,000 and a game-changing vision for the technology industry.
  • 1988 — We complete our initial public offering, raising $30 million and increasing market capitalization from $1,000 to $85 million.
  • 1992 — Dell debuts on the Fortune 500, making Michael Dell the youngest CEO on the list.
  • 1996 — Dell.com launches, generating $1 million in sales per day just six months after site is live.
  • 2001 — Dell becomes the No. 1 computer systems provider worldwide.
  • 2005 — Dell tops the list of "America's Most Admired Companies" in Fortune magazine.
  • 2010 — Dell is ranked the No. 1 healthcare information technology services provider in the world according to Gartner, Inc.
  • 2013 — Michael Dell and private equity firm Silver Lake Partners buy back Dell from public shareholders to accelerate our solutions strategy and to focus on the innovations and long-term investments with the most customer value.

How To Order

PunchOut Catalog in SpearMart.

Contacts

Dell Marketing Account Executive FSU Procurement Specialist
Bryan Hector
512-513-8026
Bryan.Hector@dell.com
Mitchell Jermyn
850-644-9730
mjermyn@fsu.edu

Contract Information

Seminole State College of Florida Technology Refresh Program

Term: 5/2016 – 5/2019

Delivery Terms: F.O.B. Destination.

Return Policy: Contact Bryan Hector for assistance in returns.

Special Notes

  • For any telecommunications equipment (ie: phones/teleconferencing equipment/videoconferencing/security cameras, etc.), please contact ITS prior to placing orders to avoid delays in processing.
  • When purchasing equipment not found in Dell's Punch-Out Catalog using a Non-Catalog form in SpearMart, you must ensure you change Dell's fulfillment address to MAIN.
  • If you can’t find an item in the catalog please contact the Dell Account Executive directly or the FSU Procurement Specialist noted above. Be sure to give them a complete description of the item and they may be able to either find the item or an equivalent.
  • When receiving the order in OMNI make sure to do a receipt for each invoice, do not combine invoices as AP will not be able to pay.
  • When purchasing a single item over $5,000 or several items that constitute a single item and the total is $5,000 or more, be sure to use an OCO commodity code so that a property tag may be issued.
  • When doing a volume purchase please contact the agent listed above. It is the responsibility of the specialist to negotiate pricing.
  • If you can’t find an item in the catalog please contact Bryan Hector directly or the Procurement Specialist. Be sure to give them a complete description of the item and they may be able to either find the item or an equivalent.
  • For returns contact Bryan Hector and she will assist you with returning your item and issuing a credit or replacement. There may be a restocking fee for returned items that are not due to vendor error.
  • All orders over $20,000 route to the IRM (Information Resources Manager) for approval before being dispatched to the vendor. All networking and wireless equipment route to the Networking/Wireless group for approval before being dispatched to the vendor.

* Dell Member Purchase Program: FSU employees can make personal purchases for consumer grade Dell equipment by accessing this link or by contacting Kevin Moore.