G-Cloud: Six years running
For the sixth year running, Zipporah has been listed on G-Cloud as an approved supplier to the public sector.
Today more than ever, the public sector requires innovative solutions which are extensive in functionality and crucially, value for money. Perhaps more importantly, the public sector requires strong partnerships with reliable, steadfast organisations. Whether a central government department, NHS Trust or otherwise, procuring through G-Cloud gives reassurance to the buyer that they’re working in-line with OJEU compliance and are dealing with organisations who have been screened for security and transparency. The renewal of Zipporah’s profile to the platform, will allow both new and existing customers will reap the rewards of fast, low-cost procurement with a trusted supplier.
Jobe Bruzas, Marketing and Communication Manager:
“Entering our sixth successive year as an approved G-Cloud supplier demonstrates Zipporah’s commitment to delivering first-rate, transparent solutions which are both affordable and functionally rich.”
Zipporah solutions are now in operation within 100 public sector organisations across Britain, in Europe and further afield, in countries as far as Australia and New Zealand. Wherever you are in the world, Zipporah products have the same, far-reaching benefits. They empower organisations and citizens to achieve more, improve income generation, reduce support costs and facilitate efficiency savings, while improving the quality of service.
Scott Burton, Technical Director:
“As technology, dexterity and ease of access improves, organisations will find that true digital transformation is the only way for the public sector to successfully operate. It is only by investing in the very best technology and by opening access to the public that authorities will prosper.”
*The G-Cloud platform exists in order to encourage public sector organisations to evaluate and pursue cloud-based services rather than on-premises alternatives. The platform allows organisations to review, shortlist and purchase services without needing to run full tender or competition procurement processes – which can be time-consuming and expensive in nature.