monday.com’s UK partners have been named suppliers on the UK Government Crown Commercial Service (CCS).
monday.com, a leading Work Operating System (Work OS), is announcing that its platform will be available through its UK partners, enable.services and Clearvision, on the G-Cloud 12 framework of the UK Government Crown Commercial Service (CCS). This will enable thousands of public-sector organisations in the UK to gain easy access to monday.com.
G-Cloud is a CCS procurement framework that provides public sector organisations with a straightforward and compliant way to purchase government-approved cloud-based services, such as hosting, software, and support. G-Cloud 12 went live late September 2020, offering IT buyers the ability to access a multitude of key cloud services through the Digital Marketplace. By purchasing cloud services through G-Cloud 12, customers get transparent prices and an easy way to access new technology to help streamline workflows and collaborate with colleagues.
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monday.com is a Work OS that allows 115,000 paying teams, across 200+ business verticals, to get their work done. It’s a visual Work OS where any team can run their projects, processes, and everyday work, fast. Teams can create streamlined workflows easily by dragging and dropping boards, automations, dashboards and combine with external tools they already use – all within their central hub of a Work OS.
Currently, monday.com has 400 paying accounts from government entities in the UK, and thousands of additional government bodies have expressed interest in using its services. With enable.services and Clearvision selected as suppliers for CCS, monday.com expects rapid growth in the market. Thousands of public sector organisations of all sizes and types purchase solutions on the CCS Digital Marketplace. In 2019 alone, such organisations spent £1.3 billion on software and services via G-Cloud.
“We are thrilled to join the G-Cloud 12 framework, which enables us to sell to government entities in the UK via our local partners,” said Asaf Fradkin, Head of Business Development and Partnerships, monday.com. “monday.com’s services have been in high demand from government entities and we are glad that we will now be able to provide these organisations with a Work OS where teams can create custom workflow apps in minutes and support their remote work needs.”