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 The estimated value of the proposed contract is £440,000 if the term continues for the maximum 10 year period. The said value would be within available budget. The revenue costs made up of support and maintenance for the required system software is estimated to be no more than £420,000 which will be funded via existing ICT revenue budgets. Note, dependent on the model from the supplier, the ratio between revenue and Capital may vary, with some suppliers weighting costs towards revenue, with other requiring greater costs relating to Capital in the implementation period. The implementation of the contract and capital hardware costs in respect thereof in the first year are expected to be between £20,000 and £60,000. Such costs shall be funded via the libraries capital budget. This Capital fund was awarded as part of Customer Programme funding in February 2016 (Cabinet Report and Full County Council MTFS report). Soft market test research has indicated that such implementation costs might not be incurred during the first year of the contract, but rather they may apportioned throughout the term of the contract. The estimated value of the proposed contract is £440,000 if the term continues for the maximum 10 year period. The said value would be within available budget. The revenue costs made up of support and maintenance for the required system software is estimated to be no more than £420,000 which will be funded via existing ICT revenue budgets. Note, dependent on the model from the supplier, the ratio between revenue and Capital may vary, with some suppliers weighting costs towards revenue, with other requiring greater costs relating to Capital in the implementation period. The implementation of the contract and capital hardware costs in respect thereof in the first year are expected to be between £20,000 and £60,000. Such costs shall be funded via the libraries capital budget. This Capital fund was awarded as part of Customer Programme funding in February 2016 (Cabinet Report and Full County Council MTFS report). Soft market test research has indicated that such implementation costs might not be incurred during the first year of the contract, but rather they may apportioned throughout the term of the contract.
  
-**What the proposed system will do and why it is necessary:**+What the proposed system will do and why it is necessary:
  
 The Library Management Solution is the system that stores, processes and manages all stock and customer data regarding transactions,​ membership and ordering. The system will integrate with multiple systems such as SAP, Capita 360, and library solutions such as the Virtual library (eStock and reference services), PC booking system and self service kiosks and unattended access. The solution also manages the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) processes for stock from ordering to quotes and receipt confirmation. The solution manages over 2 million customer lending transactions and manages email notifications to customers. It is used in 39 libraries in the county, plus the public sector mobile, Registration offices, and Library teams in Shire Hall and Oakley, Cheltenham. The Library Management Solution is the system that stores, processes and manages all stock and customer data regarding transactions,​ membership and ordering. The system will integrate with multiple systems such as SAP, Capita 360, and library solutions such as the Virtual library (eStock and reference services), PC booking system and self service kiosks and unattended access. The solution also manages the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) processes for stock from ordering to quotes and receipt confirmation. The solution manages over 2 million customer lending transactions and manages email notifications to customers. It is used in 39 libraries in the county, plus the public sector mobile, Registration offices, and Library teams in Shire Hall and Oakley, Cheltenham.
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