Procserve selected for Government’s game changing G-Cloud 4 framework

Procserve, a leading eProcurement software solutions provider, has announced that it has been named as a supplier on the Government Digital Service G-Cloud 4 framework. Having been awarded a place on the first three versions of G-Cloud, Procserve is delighted to continue to offer its innovative solutions to the UK public sector using G-Cloud 4.

Procserve predicts that business through G-Cloud will grow dramatically as more and more of the UK public sector sources and purchases services in this way. In line with this trend, Procserve has changed the way it presents its solutions with more options for modular and transactional purchases. This offers customers increased flexibility and scalability, and provides the option of a tailored ‘Pay As You Go’ model, based upon an organisation’s specific needs.

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The Procserve Commerce Network (PCN) has generated significant value across the UK, with organisations benefitting from ease of interoperability; increased transparency and management of spend, as well as substantial price and process savings. PCN lowers the barriers to the public sector market for SMEs and provides buyer organisations with access to the best possible deals for goods and services from local, regional and national contracts, as well as streamlining procurement process and driving efficiency.

Nigel Clifford, CEO of Procserve said: “Being on G-Cloud means that we can offer even greater variety in our services and value propositions. Procserve is committed to G-Cloud. We have been on every version of G-Cloud since its launch and we believe it’s a great way for government to do business and level the playing field for suppliers.”

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A full list of Procserve’s products and services available can be found on the Procserve supplier page on the CloudStore.