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Destin Solutions awarded a place on G-Cloud 9 framework agreement

We are delighted to announce that Destin Solutions Ltd have been awarded a place on the G-Cloud 9 framework agreement. As a Crown Commercial Service (CCS) supplier, Destin Solutions’ single view of debt, value-add data intelligence, online procedural manuals and performance management and reporting applications are all now available to purchase under lot 2, Cloud Software.

The purpose of the CCS is to deliver commercial value for organisations like Local Authorities helping them find the solutions they need to build world-class digital services and reducing the time and cost associated with deploying such services. This is underpinned by a commitment to helping smaller, innovative firms achieve more growth within the public sector.

Specialising in delivering business intelligence solutions for over ten years, Destin Solutions are now able to provide Councils with a range of cloud-based applications without the need for lengthy and complex procurement procedures. Our products are developed based on feedback and input directly from our Local Authority customers ensuring products meet local government needs now and in the future. The range includes VISION – our performance management and dashboard reporting tool, Data Services – a data intelligence platform, FUSION – the debt reporting and analytics tool and Enlight online procedural manuals to assist with handling Benefits, Council Tax and NNDR processing.

Duncan Baxter, Director at Destin Solutions comments “We are delighted to once again be a part of the G-Cloud Programme. Being accepted onto this framework agreement has given us the chance to demonstrate our commitment to information and data security. We pride ourselves on the solid infrastructure and processes we have developed to support the delivery of our solutions and believe our presence on G-Cloud 9 will make it easier for clients to do business with us in future.”

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