Kings Secure Technologies reports it has a place on the G-Cloud Framework. G-Cloud 12 is part of the UK Government’s digital marketplace. There public-sector bodies can access suppliers and procure products and services, without the need for a lengthy tender process.
The criteria for being accepted onto the G-Cloud Framework ensures that only those companies who provide the required security and support to the public sector are selected. Buying services through the G-Cloud Framework is faster and cheaper than entering individual procurement contracts.
One of the technologies Kings is offering to supply through the G-Cloud 12 Framework, is a strategic partnership agreement with the mobile and cloud-based access control firm Openpath. Bradford-based Kings say that Openpath’s mobile-first, cloud-based hands-free access control solution is for companies as they face new workplace demands due to COVID-19 and in preparation for a “return to work”.
Through the Framework, Kings is also offering DYMENSiON and lone worker services. DYMENSiON, described as a secure browser-based intelligent solution, provides real-time picture at site level—enabling risk profiling, resource planning and empowering clients with insight into areas of the estate performance. The lone and remote working protection service is through Safe Hub, using voice and data communication and a web-based portal.
Darren Gamage, Kings Chief Operating Officer said: “We’re delighted to be included in the new G-Cloud framework with our technology partners. The framework provides a great opportunity for prospective customers to reduce their cost of sourcing and to access market leading Cloud Lone Worker, Access Control and Process Management tools to support in the protection of their people, premises and assets.”