The Bid Team are happy to announce that BiP has successfully submitted a bid for the pan-government G-Cloud 7 Framework Agreement for services provided on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) basis.
This Framework is available to central and local government, the NHS, the police and other government-funded bodies. G-Cloud 7 allows buyers to carry out mini-competitions among a restricted list of approved suppliers or call off directly from the Framework.
BiP has been on the G-Cloud Framework since its inception as G-Cloud 1. Until now, the G-Cloud product portfolio has consisted of Delta eSourcing modules – eNotice, Tender Manager, Supplier Manager, Contract Manager, Collaboration Manager, eAuctions, Buyer Profile and Buyer Portal.
G-Cloud 7 sees BiP add three new products/services under the Delta brand to this portfolio:
- Delta eSales – with a fully branded online eCommerce site to help authorities sell such things as goods and services, surplus items, licences and permits, memberships and subscriptions, concessions and other rights, seized property etc in a simple, managed and transparent way.
- Delta Spend Analysis – which helps authorities create realistic cost-saving strategies and deliver realistic strategies for increased efficiency.
- Select Accredit – a web based supplier management service that registers, vets, qualifies and accredits suppliers and vendors to a common standard.
Chief Global Commercial Officer Scott Smith said: “We look forward to successful sales through the G-Cloud 7 Framework.”