PROACTIS Gets the Vote in Public Sector eProcurement
PROACTIS continues to get the vote in formal Public Sector competitive tender events for eProcurement software in 2012. Not only has the Group announced new Public Sector deals for supply of eProcurement software to Flintshire County Council, Newham Council, Kingston NHS Trust, London & South East Housing Association and Conwy Council, but also has been approved by HM Government Procurement Service for G-Cloud Services.
Simon Dadswell, Marketing Director of PROACTIS commented: "PROACTIS has been delivering cloud eProcurement solutions to the Public Sector since 2000. Following an application and review of our Cloud solutions, PROACTIS has been awarded approved supplier status and all our Source-to-Contract and Purchase-to-Pay solutions are now listed in the Government's Cloud Store."
PROACTIS brings considerable experience to Public Sector eProcurement and this has been noted by analysts: TEC Analyst, Predrag Jakovljevic recently blogged: "PROACTIS Source-to-Contract and Purchase-to-Pay Solutions Ruling the UK Public Sector". In the blog, Predrag discusses some of the recent wins and also identified "20 and 22 local authorities in Wales use PROACTIS."
Regulars on short-lists, PROACTIS has gone on to win major overseas Public Sector eProcurement contracts including Canadian Airport Transport Authority and Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, amongst others.
Over 120 Public Sector organisations, managing in excess of £15bn of public sector spend, 100,000 suppliers and over 30,000 contracts, now use PROACTIS eProcurement solutions to streamline their processes and obtain best value and control in procurement.