Quadient (Euronext Paris: QDT), a leader in helping businesses create meaningful customer connections through digital and physical channels, announced today it has been awarded a place on the UK government’s new G Cloud 13 framework, managed by Crown Commercial Service (CCS). G Cloud provides organizations, across both central government and the wider public sector, with an online digital marketplace to procure cloud-based software solutions.
The Digital Marketplace also allows organizations to easily procure required services at competitive prices, protecting the public purse.
Quadient has been a long-time provider of solutions to the UK central government and wider public sector organizations, having been awarded places on multiple previous framework agreements. G Cloud 13 further builds on these relationships, providing access to Quadient’s broad portfolio of cloud-based software solutions.
As part of the successful acceptance to G Cloud 13, organizations can now access seven Quadient cloud-based solutions via the Digital Marketplace, across the applications below:
- Accounts payable automation
- Accounts receivable automation
- Multichannel communications
- Customer experience management
- Document management
- Postal address validation
“We are delighted to have been awarded a place on G Cloud 13, a clear indication of our commitment to supporting UK government and the wider public sector,” said Craig Spencer, Director of Public Sector Strategy at Quadient UK. “G Cloud 13 presents a real opportunity for organizations to access leading-edge SaaS technologies simply and at competitive rates.”
Quadient’s growing software business has more than 12,000 customers worldwide, 78% of which rely on the company’s SaaS solutions. The company’s Intelligent Communication Automation (ICA) cloud-based platform includes a comprehensive offering for accounts payable (AP) and accounts receivable (AR) automation and management, customer communications management (CCM) and document automation and customer journey mapping (CJM).
Joe Scolaro, Quadient
Global Press Relations Manager