Assemble has once again secured a position on The Digital Marketplace – the Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud 13 framework.
G-Cloud 13, launches on November 9th, 2022, to replace G-Cloud 12. Its purpose is to improve the government’s commercial activity, making it faster and easier for UK central government departments and public sector bodies to procure qualified cloud software and associated IT services.
What does G-Cloud 13 mean for customers?
G-Cloud 13 and The Digital Marketplace make it simpler for public sector organisations, healthcare providers, local authorities and third sector organisations to find, buy and deploy technology services, such as Assemble.
In order for suppliers to be listed on The Digital Marketplace they must comply with a series of suitability and security requirements, which provides customers with confidence around the credentials of Assemble and other suppliers.
How can customers procure Assemble on The Digital Marketplace?
If you are looking for a volunteer management software solution, Assemble and DutySheet can be found alongside other G-Cloud 13 approved technology suppliers on The Digital Marketplace.
If you are new to The Digital Marketplace and would like further assistance on planning and procurement through the framework, you can read this comprehensive guide on the Government’s website here.
What is Assemble?
Assemble is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) that helps charities, nonprofits, local authorities and healthcare providers to simplify every step of the volunteer journey.
Organisations can use Assemble’s customisable workflows to help attract, recruit, manage, retain and measure volunteer impact. We currently provide our software to British Red Cross, Save The Children UK, Trussell Trust and NHS amongst others.
If you would like to hear more, then contact us or request a demo, and we’d be happy to take you on a tour.