Business Systems Awarded a Place in the G-Cloud 12 Framework

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Business Systems has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G-Cloud 12 framework for Cloud Software.

Local and central government customers can access the framework and choose cloud software technologies such as:

  • Workforce Optimization
  • Cloud Contact Centre Platforms
  • Robotic Process Automation
  • Video Conferencing
  • Video Management
  • Digital Interviewing
  • Call Recording & Retrieval
  • Mobile Call Recording

Crown Commercial Service (CCS) supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.

The framework ensures that providing services to government bodies is faster and cheaper than entering into individual procurement contracts. It is divided into three categories: cloud hosting, cloud software, and cloud support.

Central government, local councils, healthcare, education and other public-sector bodies use the framework to purchase these cloud-based services via one single website.

The pre-approval selection guarantees that suppliers meet privacy and security requirements.

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Richard Mill

“Since its original inception in 2012, the G-Cloud Framework has awarded billions of pounds’ worth of contracts to the SME sector in the UK so we are naturally delighted to be on board,” says Richard Mill, Business Systems (UK)’s Managing Director.

“We already work closely with valued public sector customers, including the Home Office and many police forces, so we expect that being part of the G-Cloud Framework will help us build on that success.”

This news story has been re-published by kind permission of Business Systems

Author: Robyn Coppell

Published On: 19th Oct 2020 - Last modified: 4th Jan 2023
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