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Hubken are delighted to announce that we have secured a place in the new G-Cloud 12 framework to deliver our Totara Learn and Moodle LMS solutions to more public sector organisations in the UK.

G-Cloud 12 is the UK Government’s digital marketplace that provides all organisations in the public sector with a more transparent and easy purchasing process for digital and cloud-based services (including cloud-based hosting, software, and support).

The G-Cloud procurement framework allows public sector purchasing teams, in bodies such as central government, local councils and NHS trusts, to access more than 4,000 recommended suppliers in a ‘one-stop shop’ without the need for long, competitive tender exercises – saving both time and resources.

Some of the public sector organisations we already work with include: Kent Fire and Rescue Service, Stockport Council, Hampshire County Council, St. Helens Council and Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service.

For more information on our G-Cloud services contact our team today.

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