Our leading lost and found software has been granted approved supplier status again
Companies that are part of the G-Cloud 12 framework are listed on the online governmental directory known as the Digital Marketplace. This is a programme established by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) aiming to promote the adoption of reliable cloud hosting and software.
Why is this important?
Buyers can easily search for relevant and trusted services in one central location. What’s more, all companies included have been through a vigorous application process and have met all requirements set out by the UK government. This avoids the need for a full tender or OJEU (Official Journal of the European Union) procurement process.
Overall, buying services through the G-Cloud 12 framework is straightforward, ensures compliance and is cheaper than individual procurement contracts.
Any UK organisation can now licence NotLost’s leading lost property software to improve operational efficiency, deliver excellent customer experience and ultimately return more lost items with confidence.
Currently, NotLost are helping clients solve the lost property problem across the transport, facilities management, courier, hospitality, entertainment and higher education industries. Take a look at our case studies to explore how we’ve helped organisations save time, money and improve their process.