Following in the footsteps of Sypro, with its Contract Manager and Risk Manager systems, all brands within Hull- headquartered The 55 Group have gained G-Cloud 13 accreditation within the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework.
G-Cloud 13 accreditation for procurement specialists Pagabo, social value solutions firm Loop and digital-first training platform Tequ mean that all The 55 Group brands are now able to compete for and deliver cloud services, hosting and software solutions to public sector organisations.
Gerard Toplass, CEO of The 55 Group, said: “Gaining G-Cloud 13 status is a fantastic achievement for all our brands. It is a sign of high-quality products, great customer service, being ambitious innovators and being a quality provider in your specific field. Our clients are now able to evaluate, procure, build and manage their assets through accredited products.”
Due to go live in November, G-Cloud 13 allows public sector organisations to make purchases via the digital marketplace without having to go through a lengthy procurement or tender process.