Monday, 22 Jul 2019 12:48 GMT

Docuflow delivers cloud services to public sector

As the UK Government and other public sectors transition from printed documents to cloud-based solutions, Docuflow has been selected to provide the software.

Following a tender process managed by Crown Commercial Services, Docuflow has been appointed to the UK Government G-Cloud 11 Framework to deliver internet accessed and cloud-based solutions for public sector organisations.  

The UK Government G-Cloud 11 is an initiative that focuses on facilitating procurement by public sector bodies. Organisations can procure solutions without entering into individual procurement contracts, as partners have already gone through a lengthy tender and award process.

The framework agreement allows Docuflow to be recognised as a partner to the UK Government. Accessed via the Digital Marketplace, the supplier agreement can be used by organisations across the UK public sector including central and local government, health, education, emergency services and not-for-profit organisations.

Chris Rowlands, director at Docuflow, comments: “We have been helping UK organisations for a number of years now to reduce their reliance on printed documents and laborious associated processes which paper documents can generate which in turn can have a negative impact upon their organisation.

“We have taken numerous enquiries from government departments about our hosted software solutions. There is now a serious push and drive to become “Paper Lite” within government which is when we decided it was the right time to dedicate resources into becoming a recognised partner to the UK Government for digital transformation
requirements and projects.”

“We are delighted to have been appointed to the framework which recognises Docuflow as a UK Government software solutions partner. We look forward to delivering innovative cloud-based software and lead the way to a digital and sustainable future.”

Aside from offering document management solutions, Derby-based Docuflow also provides managed mail and print services.

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