Head Light is pleased to announce that it has once again been accepted in the Digital Marketplace framework, G-Cloud 13.The G-Cloud framework is operated by the UK government and makes it easier for public sector organisations – such as the NHS, Police and local councils – to find, compare and buy cloud-based services without having to go through a full and complex tendering process. It provides the public sector with a quick, compliant and transparent means of awarding a contract and placing an order.
Ian Lee-Emery, Head Light’s founder and CEO, said:
“Head Light has worked alongside public sector organisations for many years. The sector has some unique requirements, and we understand this. As one of the few UK-headquartered and UK-owned Talent Management software firms, we have been able to evolve our software over the years to meet these very specific needs – and will continue to do so.
All organisations are facing significant workforce challenges none more so than those in the public sector. There are recruitment challenges, but employee retention, development and reskilling, performance management, and succession planning now have a stronger focus.
We are proud to have once again been accepted in the G-Cloud framework and look forward to continuing our existing relationships with public sector organisations and extending our services to a growing network of clients."
This is Head Light’s eighth successful placement on the G-Cloud framework, and along with its ISO27001 data security accreditation, public sector organisations can be reassured that their data will be kept safe and secure.
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Read more about Head Light's work with public sector organisations in its case studies.