babl has been listed on the G-cloud 12 framework making us an approved supplier of cloud-based conferencing and remote meetings software to public sector organisations across the UK.
What is G-Cloud?
The G-cloud framework is an agreement between the UK government and suppliers that provide cloud-based services. G-cloud 12 is the latest iteration of the G-cloud framework and is part of the UK governments Digital Marketplace where public service bodies and organisations – such as the NHS and local councils – can find, review and procure a range of leading technology and cloud-based services without the requirement for a full tender process.
What does it mean to be a G-Cloud 12 supplier?
It means public service organisations that have a conferencing requirement can have access to babl’s simple, high-quality conferencing software and security tools quickly and cost-effectively. By offering our solution to this framework our public sector clients can benefit from a more efficient procurement process.
What we have to say about it…
Jonathan grant, babl’s Chief Executive Officer (pictured below) said: “Being a part of G-cloud framework for successive years is something we’re really proud of, it is a useful avenue for business creating new opportunities for us. Our acceptance on to G-cloud 12 is testament to the quality and of our products and services and proof that our solutions continue to meet the market needs within the public sector. We have a number of public service clients who use us and would be delighted to service many more that look to the digital marketplace for their cloud-based conferencing supplier over the next 12 months”.