Crises Control Listed as Pre-Qualified Public Sector Software

The Covid-19 delayed announcement of the latest UK government digital marketplace framework for cloud products, G-Cloud 12, went live today and listed Crises Control as a pre-qualified digital marketplace vendor for cloud software

G-Cloud 12 allows all UK public sector organisations to save time and cost in their procurement process by relying on the pre-qualifications and terms of use agreed under the framework. As many companies know, the procedure for bidding on public sector contracts can be extremely time-consuming, often with many hoops to jump through. Anything that can reduce time spent on box-ticking is welcome.

Shalen Sehgal, Managing Director of Crises Control, said:

I am delighted that Crises Control has been listed on the G-Cloud 12 framework, the latest UK government digital marketplace. Together with our hosting partners UK Cloud, we can provide sovereign UK located cloud-hosting with the fully GDPR compliant information assurance needed by our public-sector customers. 

“Our award-winning platform provides the kind of innovation that can help public sector customers meet their business continuity obligations whilst at the same time delivering value for money beyond other suppliers in our marketplace. The Crises Control platform can help you achieve the business goals at the centre of your strategy, without risking your operational ability to execute.

Crises Control has been listed on the G-Cloud framework since G-Cloud 9 in 2017 and we are very pleased to announce that we have now been listed, once again, on the latest UK government digital marketplace framework, G-Cloud 12. Crises Control already has a portfolio of UK and overseas government customers in the fields of healthcare, regulatory authorities and foreign affairs.

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