The board of Elecosoft plc (AIM: ELCO) is pleased to announce that its latest cloud based Project Planning, Project Management, Building Information Management and Maintenance Management software and related services have been listed on the G-Cloud 11 framework and accordingly, public sector bodies are now able to take advantage of the efficiencies that Elecosoft’s solutions deliver.
Crown Commercial Service’s (“CCS”) is the biggest public sector procurement agency in the UK, enabling public sector companies to access the framework for all cloud-based services. The framework provides the reassurance that a number of checks have been carried out by the CCS as part of the agreement between the government and suppliers.
Public sector organisations can access the G- Cloud framework and choose the following Elecosoft software tools:
- Powerproject SaaS: Powerproject SaaS is the cloud-hosted version of Elecosoft's award winning Powerproject software for project planning. Delivering powerful, flexible Gantt chart driven scheduling, Powerproject helps manage resources, costs, project progress and BIM via 4D planning. Powerproject SaaS scales from small plans to Enterprise-wide Project Portfolio Management (PPM).
- IconSystem: IconSystem is a cloud-based Building Information Management (BIM) system that is at the forefront of innovation in the construction industry. Based upon the most current, accurate and connected information, the system shares one version of the truth.
- ShireSystem: ShireSystem is one of the UK’s leading Maintenance Management software solutions. Its easy-to-use, scalable software helps you to extend asset life, cut costs, meet compliance and move towards your sustainability goals.
"We at Elecosoft are delighted that UK public sector bodies are now able to improve their performance by sourcing Elecosofts Powerproject SaaS, IconSystem and ShireSystem cloud based software programm"
John Ketteley, Executive Chairman of Elecosoft
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