UK Government selects Accruent for its G-Cloud procurement initiative

By Sophie Chapman
Accruent, the resource management solutions provider, has been selected by the UK Government for product use in its G-Cloud initiative. The government...

Accruent, the resource management solutions provider, has been selected by the UK Government for product use in its G-Cloud initiative.

The government will use products from the Texas-based company to ease procurement of cloud competing software.

The G-Cloud initiative sets frameworks between the government and suppliers, setting standardised agreements.

The frameworks intend to remove competitive procurement processes and full tenders.

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“The need for reliable, dependable cloud solutions is increasing, so we are proud of the work we have done to become a G-Cloud approved supplier,” stated John Borgerding, CEO of Accruent.

“We’re pleased to offer five of our most compelling cloud solutions on the G-Cloud framework to help public sector customers with a range of needs – from building surveying, capital planning, and project management to lease accounting, remote monitoring, and mobile workforce management.”

Accruent’s products accredited by the initiative include: Facilities/Asset Maintenance Management, Remote Monitoring & Control, Mobile Workforce Management, Mobile Surveying and Inspections Application, and Capital, Space, Environment, Lease & Project Management.

“The push for overseas expansion and exportation of the Digital Marketplace is in direct response to the success the procurement hub has had to-date,” stated Caroline Connelly, Datacentre Editor at Computer Weekly, last year.

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