The G-Cloud Digital Marketplace was initiated in 2012 by the UK government to enable public sector organisations to easily and cost-effectively review and buy cloud services. It’s never been easier to access an online database of suppliers, find eligible software providers, compare them and select the best one for your project. In essence, the marketplace saves the public sector time and money when procuring cloud services.
The latest iteration of the G-Cloud framework, G-Cloud 12, makes it even faster and cheaper for public sector bodies to buy cloud-based solutions. Idea Drop is delighted to be an approved supplier on G-Cloud 12, having originally been approved on the previous G-Cloud 9, G-Cloud 10 and G-Cloud 11 frameworks.
Innovation in public sector organisations
Innovation is a hot topic at the moment. At a time when public sector organisations are facing wide-scale pressure to do more with less, embracing innovation is fundamental. Idea Drop enables innovation to happen anywhere, any time. Our aim is to drive continuous improvement and to provide a platform for disruptive innovation, which can lead to significant cost savings, more engaged and empowered employees across entire organisations, improved processes and increased collaboration.
Founded in March 2014, Idea Drop’s global client base now spans Fortune 500 engineering companies, UK police forces and SMEs across 61 countries and 791 cities. Our clients include the Kent and Essex police forces, the Met Police, Cleveland Police, Derbyshire Fire and Rescue and other public and private sector organisations worldwide.
Idea Drop is an essential tool for any organisation’s growth and is being implemented by numerous UK public sector organisations, including government departments, local authorities, not-for-profit organisations, police forces, devolved administrators and wider public sector bodies. We’re delighted to have delivered measurable value, results and successes for these organisations and have been praised as “outstanding” by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) as well as police forces such as Kent Police and Met Police.
Charlie de Rusett, CEO and Founder of Idea Drop, said: “We are delighted to be accredited and approved as a supplier on the G-Cloud digital marketplace for the fourth year in a row. This status gives our public sector clients confidence and reassurance that we meet all the necessary requirements and that our tool is secure and fully compliant to be deployed by any public sector organisation. We are proud to be delivering a tool with enterprise-grade security, scalability and reliability and are excited to bring our platform to even more public services through 2020 and beyond to deliver impact, value and measurable results.”
You can find Idea Drop on the Digital Marketplace by clicking this link.
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