Public sector can now implement Projectplace’s web-based collaboration solutions with ease
Projectplace, the European leader in online project collaboration, today announced it has been accepted onto the UK Government’s GCloud framework. Participating in the framework will make it quicker, easier and more convenient for government departments, local authorities and the wider public sector to implement Projectplace’s web-based collaboration solutions. The announcement comes at a time when Projectplace is rapidly expanding its presence in the UK market.
With Projectplace, organisations can share information securely, plan and implement projects more effectively and collaborate in real-time on any device, from any location. Public and private sector organisations across Europe and in the UK, including the NHS, have benefited from Projectplace’s technology. Now, the public sector can rapidly procure Projectplace through the GCloud framework with the confidence that the company has undergone a rigorous screening process by the UK Government.
“At the Government Procurement Service our priority is to provide procurement savings for organisations across the UK public sector,” said Marie-Helene Durif, Head of Sourcing & Category Management - ICT at the Government Procurement Service. “The inclusion of Projectplace to the GCloud framework will strengthen our offering and provide public sector buyers with a tried and tested route to achieve value for money.”
"We welcome the opportunity to participate in this important initiative, which will make cloud services more accessible to public sector organisations that could really benefit from them, said Johan Zetterström, CEO, Projectplace. We are already working with key organisations like the NHS, and we remain committed to delivering efficient and cost effective cloud solutions for the public sector."
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Projectplace International is the European leader in project collaboration in the cloud. Since 1998 Projectplace has been driving the development of online project tools, inspired by Social Project Management. Today, the service is available in seven languages and has helped over 780.000 users to improve communication and collaboration in their projects. The company has 160 employees based at the headquarters in Stockholm and in local offices in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Oslo and Bangalore. Welcome to visit us at www.projectplace.com