THRIVE is an approved public sector supplier in the Government’s G-Cloud 13 framework
The learning technology company that already supports Scottish Government, Aberdeen City Council and British Transport Police will continue serving public sector organisations to revolutionise their approach to learning and maximise L&D budgets.
Fast-growing learning technology company, THRIVE, features again in this year’s Government procurement framework, G-Cloud 13. Created by Crown Commercial Service (CCS), G-Cloud 13 acts as an online catalogue, connecting public sector customers to approved cloud-based computing solutions so they can maximise budgets, save time and redirect resources where they’re needed most.
THRIVE’s products include its world-first Learning & Skills Platform, created to give organisations a consolidated approach to upskilling, learning and collaborative knowledge sharing. Also featured will be Content Club, THRIVE’s content offering that works with L&D teams to create campaign-led content that’s already mapped into learning pathways so they can change attitudes and drive meaningful conversations.
THRIVE currently works with a number of public sector customers, including Wirral Council, Dorset Council, Scottish Government, British Transport Police, Social Work England, NHS Property Services, Birmingham City Council and so many more - the details of which can be found in its case studies.
Sandra Thelwell, Learning & Inclusion Manager at Wirral Council, commented on their partnership with THRIVE:
“We needed a platform to help our people collaborate, learn at their own speed and be the difference in our ambitious plans. THRIVE was the perfect solution and the support from the team has been excellent.”
Lauren Gosson, Learning & Development Consultant at Dorset Council, added:
“Our old system was very much a one size fits all approach. We wanted to move towards a much more modern, user-friendly learning platform. We did a lot of market research and THRIVE was the most intuitive.”
G-Cloud 13 will run for 12 months until November 2023.