Creators of the next-gen LXP, THRIVE, have been welcomed into the UK Government’s G-Cloud Digital Marketplace following new public sector clients including The Scottish Government.
G-Cloud is the UK Government’s digital marketplace providing public sector organisations with a simplified purchasing process for cloud-based services and software. It enables teams to access over 4,200 suppliers and 31,000 services aiming to help the UK government make their procurement process more transparent.
THRIVE LXP is the next-gen learning experience platform that combines the compliance requirements of an LMS with personalisation, social learning and a consumer grade experience. Many public sector organisations such as The Scottish Government, Edinburgh city council, Dorset Council, Office for National Statistics and Vale of Glamorgan Council, are already using THRIVE to upskill their workforce, improve communication and increase employee engagement.
Georgina Newton, Business Development Manager at THRIVE commented on their new marketplace position:
“We’re so delighted to be welcomed onto the latest G-Cloud framework. It’s a huge step towards expanding our offering in the public sector and really positions THRIVE as the go to Learning Experience Platform for Government institutions.
We already work with so many brilliant clients such as The Scottish Government and Edinburgh City Council and I’m so excited to help more aspiring L&D teams innovate their training, deliver first-class learning experiences and drive engagement with the best learning platform on the market.”
THRIVE looks forward to working with more central government organisations, local councils, NHS Trusts and all other public sector institutions, who are now able to easily obtain THRIVE services without going out to tender via G-Cloud’s procurement framework.
Any organisations interested in using G-Cloud to procure THRIVE’s Learning Experience Platform or microlearning catalogue can browse their services on the framework now.