The government will use products from the Texas-based company to ease procurement of cloud competing software.
The G-Cloud initiative sets frameworks between the government and suppliers, setting standardised agreements.
The frameworks intend to remove competitive procurement processes and full tenders.
“The need for reliable, dependable cloud solutions is increasing, so we are proud of the work we have done to become a G-Cloud approved supplier,” stated John Borgerding, CEO of Accruent.
“We’re pleased to offer five of our most compelling cloud solutions on the G-Cloud framework to help public sector customers with a range of needs – from building surveying, capital planning, and project management to lease accounting, remote monitoring, and mobile workforce management.”
Accruent’s products accredited by the initiative include: Facilities/Asset Maintenance Management, Remote Monitoring & Control, Mobile Workforce Management, Mobile Surveying and Inspections Application, and Capital, Space, Environment, Lease & Project Management.
“The push for overseas expansion and exportation of the Digital Marketplace is in direct response to the success the procurement hub has had to-date,” stated Caroline Connelly, Datacentre Editor at Computer Weekly, last year.