Award winning open source software consultancy Zaizi is pleased to announce that their specialist cloud services and fully managed service offerings are now available via G-Cloud 6. The services are available UK wide to public sector organisations including central and local government and health and education providers. Customers can expect to benefit from lower costs, reduced procurement times and a simplified tendering process. You can find the full list of services and solutions available here.
Zaizi’s specialist cloud services will help Government departments meet increasing demands to deliver complex services faster and with fewer resources. They are designed to deliver Enterprise Content Management solutions that simplify and streamline processes, enable secure collaboration both internally and externally and improve shared access to information, thereby enabling better public services.
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has a vision to deliver value for the nation through outstanding commercial capability and quality customer service. Through the competitive tender process and regular benchmarking, CCS ensures customers have access to the most competitive deals. Customers can feel assured that suppliers are carefully evaluated during the tender process and pre-agreed terms and conditions offer customers sound contractual safeguards.
“G-CLoud has really widened the playing field and opened up public sector opportunities for SME suppliers like Zaizi” says Steve Mcloughlin, CEO at Zaizi. “Successfully winning some of the largest projects procured through G-Cloud with the likes of Bristol City Council, we see the continued success of using G-Cloud to deliver the most cost-effective services to the public sector.
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