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Ten Totara Partners awarded positions in the G-Cloud 12 digital marketplace

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Totara is delighted to announce that ten Totara Partners have secured places in the new G-Cloud 12 framework to deliver Totara learning and talent solutions to public sector organizations throughout the UK.

Brighton, UK, September 29 2020 | G-Cloud is the UK Government’s digital marketplace which provides public sector organizations with a simplified purchasing process for cloud-based services. It allows public sector purchasing teams to access more than 4,000 suppliers and aims to help the UK government make their procurement more transparent. 

Any public sector organization, including central government, local councils, NHS Trusts and any other public sector bodies, can obtain services via G-Cloud’s procurement framework without going out to tender, helping them save both time and resources by giving them a one-stop shop for recommended vendors.

Buyers can use the platform to highlight a shortlist of preferred suppliers, after which the suppliers will be asked questions or to provide a demo to help the buying organisation make their final choice. G-Cloud promotes transparent pricing for easy comparison of solutions.

The G-Cloud 12 framework commences on 28th September 2020.

The ten Totara Partners whose services are available in G-Cloud 12 are:

“Think Learning is excited to have a range of Totara-based products live on G-Cloud 12, for our sixth consecutive year! We're privileged to supply Totara Learn to 35 NHS trusts, as well as the Government commercial function and a range of specialist public sector bodies. Maintaining our G-Cloud listing is a critical factor in making that possible. The G-Cloud procurement framework gives public sector buyers valuable assurance and efficiency when it comes to investing hard-won funds into these business-critical learning and talent solutions.” – Matt Mundey, Commercial Director, Think Learning

“It is really encouraging to see such a strong mix of partners ably representing Totara and offering our products to the public sector and NHS trusts. Totara is fast becoming the platform of choice for organizations who want innovation, flexibility and value for money.” – Andy Kirk, Channel Partner Manager, Totara

Totara already has many public sector clients including Student Loans Companythe Department for International TradeSt Helens Council and Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service, and the introduction of G-Cloud 12 should make it even easier for prospective customers to find the Totara services they require.

Any public sector organizations interested in using G-Cloud to procure Totara solutions should visit the website to browse the range of partner services.

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