Yorkshire-based eLearning company, Titus has announced that its services are now available on the UK Government’s recently launched G-13 framework. The framework, which is owned by the UK Government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) exists in order to simplify public-sector procurement and create a fairer system by making contracts available to verified SMEs.
Titus specialises in creating eLearning platforms for the public sector, as well as the private and thirds sector. The platforms they develop are based on Moodle, used by over 300 million people worldwide, and Totara, which has advanced features suited to social learning and performance management.
The announcement comes after achieving success with public sector organisations previously, including clients such as Historic England and multiple NHS trusts. Outside the public sector, Titus also works with companies including Network Rail, Superdry, Dermalogica, and The Labour Party to name just a few.
Bid Manager at Titus, James Hewlett said “This year we’re delighted to announce that we’re expanding our previous offering to encompass the full range of Totara TXP Products including Learn, Perform and Engage. That’s alongside our core Moodle LMS and Moodle Workplace products.
Through the G-Cloud Framework, we’re providing a fully managed SaaS model for our Learning Management and Experience Products. That’s also complemented by a range of development and partner services to enhance your LMS and LXP experience. Organisations can find our listing by following the link to the Digital Marketplace here and searching for Titus.”
By purchasing through G-Cloud customers benefit from transparency on offerings for a vast range of services and it shortens the procurement process significantly. Benefits of the framework include confidence in the legitimacy of the vetted suppliers, a standardised, more efficient way to purchase, and a more diverse range of suppliers available allowing for more competitive pricing models.
Luke Tillotson, Head of Sales at Titus said “We’re delighted to have been approved by the UK Government, working with public sector organisations and supporting them to improve their workforce through learning technology means we can have a positive impact on our wider community and society.”
“More and more public sector organisations are seeing the benefit of learning technology, which allows them to simplify their internal processes, provide education resources to the public aid their purpose, and can provide significant cost savings, too. Being approved as a G-cloud 13 supplier means we can support even more government organisations with their missions.”