Not-for-profit organisation focused on e-learning into the NHS, Skills for Health, has been accepted as a supplier on the government’s latest Digital Marketplace, G-cloud framework: G-cloud 9.
The Digital Marketplace lets public sector organisations access services from three frameworks. The services include cloud services, digital outcomes and physical data centre space. The G-Cloud framework is an agreement between the government and the suppliers of cloud-based services. It eases the process for public sector organisations when purchasing digital products.
Now, public sector organisations will have access to Skills for Health’s e-rostering solutions, DRS and realtime rostering and e-learning solutions via G-cloud 9.
Skills for Health’s CEO, John Rogers said: We are delighted that we have been successful in securing a place on this important Government framework, and that our e-rostering and e- learning solutions are now available on a marketplace that will give public sector buyers easy access to high quality products.”
Skills for Health’s regional director for the North of England, Tim Lund, said: “I’m really pleased that we’ve joined the G-Cloud framework. I recognise the importance of having our services listed and I am very aware that service managers are keen to purchase from a national framework which has pre-qualified the supplier and guarantees best price.”