Selenity is pleased to announce the retention of its G-Cloud status
Selenity is pleased to announce the retention of its G-Cloud status for 2019.
It’s the eighth consecutive year that Selenity has been listed on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) G-Cloud framework, which enables public-sector organisations to procure IT services and technology for digital projects more efficiently than via traditional procurement methods.
Selenity's suite of products including Expenses, ER Tracker, Framework and GreenLight Workforce, have all once again been listed on the digital marketplace. G-cloud is helping those transforming public services by making it simpler, clearer, and faster for them.
Deborah Saunby, Sales & Marketing Director of Selenity, commented "G-Cloud continues to be a major success story for how we drive innovation in the public sector. It's a great feeling knowing you're helping the public sector drive compliance and efficiencies, helping free up time and funds which can be diverted into more beneficial areas. For us G-Cloud is all about making it as simple and easy as possible for customers and suppliers to connect."
Selenity transforms organisations and empowers people through cloud technologies, anytime, anyplace, and on any device. Providing fast and innovative solutions that reduce costs, increase efficiency and ensure compliance to HR and Finance. Solutions include ER Tracker, a cloud-based HR case management system designed to improve efficiency, increase visibility and maximise HR compliance; and Expenses, a highly configurable system for both desktop and mobile. Offering dedicated mobile app, automated driver and vehicle look-ups, GPS mileage capture, and over a 100 built in management reports.
4,200 suppliers have been awarded places on the agreement with over 90% of them small and medium-sized enterprises (SME). More than 31,000 services will be available for customers to access, subject to a process of additional assurance.
Since 2012, more than £4.79bn of cloud and digital services have been procured by public bodies through G-Cloud, with almost 45% percent of that spend going directly to SMEs.
The agreement gives central government, local councils, NHS Trusts and other public sector bodies a way to purchase cloud-based services such as web hosting from a single, central website.
G-Cloud is accessed through the Digital Marketplace, created in 2014 by Crown Commercial Service and Government Digital Service to make government procurement easier and more transparent.
To find out more about G-Cloud, visit the Digital Marketplace.