iSite appointed to
G-Cloud 10 Framework
25th July 2018
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iSite has been awarded supplier status on the Government’s G-Cloud 10 Framework – a seal of approval for its use by government departments and the wider public sector.

The appointment will enable UK and local government bodies’ the ability to continue procuring the iSite software. Our expertise and robust service solutions can deliver efficiencies and more effective programme planning.

The software, developed by Styles&Wood, collates and interrogates data on users’ new build, refurbishment, maintenance and facilities management projects, as well as all their assets, to provide a single view of property estates.

Martin Ward, Director, Styles&Wood commented:

“This award will allow us to extend our supply of services beyond the private sector to the public sector and arms-length bodies and is testament to our secure property and project cloud services.”

“It is a great opportunity for us to explore new opportunities with local authorities and government departments, especially in the current climate of pressure to operate estates more efficiently.”

iSite is comprised of three key components: Properties & Assets, to provide a single view of all property and estates data; Projects & Programmes, to streamline operations through integrated project portal; and Insight & Intelligence, real-time delivery of key information to inform strategic decision-making.

G-Cloud 10 enables simpler and more efficient procurement of cloud-based services for organisations across the public sector. It is made by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Digital Marketplace. The basic terms of use of software are agreed by both parties following a formal Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) procurement process.

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