Specialist global provider of workplace management technology, Condeco, has been selected to join the UK Government’s G-Cloud 10 framework, making its software and systems available to thousands of government departments across the UK.
Condeco’s suite of solutions for managing real estate has already been adopted by more than 100 central and local government departments, including more than 50 councils and NHS trusts, helping reduce expensive real estate by driving efficiency, while also boosting employee productivity and experience.
G-Cloud 10 is the latest version of the government’s procurement system allowing all public sector organisations to access cloud technology and services from pre-approved suppliers, cutting out lengthy tender processes and red tape. As a member of the G-Cloud 10 system, Condeco’s solutions are now pre-approved and directly available to all public sector organisations
Condeco’s suite of solutions help organisations to make the most of their office space. It uses its software platform, hosted by Microsoft Azure, to integrate with Outlook, and its hardware, to manage meeting room and desk bookings.
Craig Seager, Workspace Director at Condeco said: “We are extremely pleased to be selected on the UK Government’s latest iteration of G-Cloud. We are looking forward to the new opportunities presented via the Digital Marketplace and to expand our presence in this vital part of the UK economy.
“Our systems can help save significant sums of public money by a more efficient use of office space, but it’s not just about the savings. Condeco’s systems and solutions give insightful data which helps real estate teams to create the right office environment and experience for its staff and users. This can help and support current Wellbeing practices that are being adopted, reduce absenteeism and workplace stress and help public servants get on with their valuable work.”
Condeco believes it can now play a major role in the latest public sector efficiency initiative, the Government Property Agency, which was launched earlier this year with the aim of saving up to £2.4 billion in taxpayers money by more efficient use of the Government’s significant property portfolio. The GPA will eventually take responsibility for managing 1,000 Government properties.