(October 2022) UK Fintech Saltare has secured its first listing on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G Cloud 13 framework under Lot 2: Cloud software category.
By securing the listings on the G-Cloud Framework, Saltare is now eligible to actively supply Public Sector bodies across the country with its market leading early payments software, Early Pay.
The G-Cloud 13 Framework allows cloud based solution providers to register a product listing within strict government frameworks. The process ensures that Public Sector organisations can purchase solutions as and when needed from businesses with approved listings.
As part of the application, Saltares’ Early Pay platform has been approved for use by UK Public Sector to enable them to boost supply chain relations and improve payment practices across all suppliers.
Ant Persse, CEO of Saltare said the approval of Saltare’s application shows the benefits and significance of early payments: “UK Public Sector work with hundreds of thousands of suppliers across many sectors, and managing this is a mammoth task.
“However, enabling early payments into the supply chains, can not only boost relationships but also encourage local business to develop and grow through the availability of funds. We’re looking forward to working with organisations within the UK’s Public Sector
Crown Commercial Service supports the Public Sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2021/22, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.8bn – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.
The G-Cloud 13 framework will come into effect on 9th November 2022, making it easier for Public Sector organisations to access cloud technology and innovation by pre-qualifying suppliers for quality, stability, security, compliance and pricing factors.