Premier IT awarded place in UK Government G-Cloud 11 Digital Marketplace.
G-Cloud 11 is a UK Government marketplace that allows UK public sector bodies to select and buy form 3 frameworks; Cloud hosting, cloud software and cloud support. The frameworks simplify the purchasing process and aim to help the UK Government make their procurement process more transparent.
Any public sector organisation can use the Digital Marketplace to purchase services through G-Cloud procurement framework without going to tender by following the 6-step buying process. Buyers benefit from purchasing through a framework as it is faster and cheaper than entering into individual procurement contracts. With access to over 30,000 services, 4,000 suppliers and transparent pricing, buyers can use the G-Cloud 11 platform to shortlist services for easy comparison, helping them save time and reduce costs.
Premier IT are proud to list 8 services on G-Cloud 11:
Any public sector organisation interested in using G-Cloud to procure workforce appraisal and planning solutions should visit the Digital Marketplace to browse Premier IT’s suite of services.
“The G-Cloud framework entered its 11th iteration this month and we’re proud to have been there since G-Cloud’s inception in 2012. Our continued availability through G-Cloud should give buyers confidence that Premier IT continues to demonstrate the highest standards of service, security and value for money” John Waring, CTO of Premier IT read more
“Premier IT has worked extensively with government institutions over many years and we’re very excited to have been accepted into the G-Cloud portal so that we can share our expertise and experience with the UK’s leading healthcare organisations. We look forward to showing just how easy it can be to provide effective workforce appraisal and planning… read more
Tips for choosing the best Learning Management System – Part 2
Last week I posted a blog to share tips for selecting the best LMS. Choosing the right LMS can be the deciding factor in whether a training programme is a success, so organisations should invest time in assessing different products and confirming which is the best fit for their individual needs. In today's blog I'm sharing my final 7 tips for LMS success.
Tips for choosing the best Learning Management System – Part 1
Before an upcoming blog on positive changes that administrators can make to the set-up and structure of their Learning Management Systems (LMS), I thought it was worth going back to basics for those considering either considering procuring an LMS for the first time or changing to a different supplier and/or product.
Choosing the right LMS can be the deciding factor in whether a training programme is a success, so organisations should invest time in assessing different products and confirming which is the best fit for their individual needs.
Is e-Learning truly controversial?
Is e-Learning truly controversial? This is the question I found myself asking and indeed answering at an NHS conference recently. I was working my way around the event stands, when one of the sponsors asked me what I did. When I mentioned that I worked with healthcare clinical and training leads to create bespoke e-learning content, the sponsor replied “Ooh … controversial”.
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