PropTech 50 star Altuity Solutions has secured a place on the Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud 13 framework.

The Bristol-based developer of facilities management and buried services management software was eighth on our recent innovation ranking.

G-Cloud 13, which starts on November 9th 2022, is a digital marketplace managed by the Crown Commercial Service, an executive agency and trading fund of the UK Government Cabinet Office. 

CCS’s role is to improve the government’s commercial and procurement activity. In 2021/22 CCS helped its customers achieve commercial benefits totalling over £2.8 billion of public money.

Altuity Solutions

Altuity is listed in Lot 2 – Cloud Software (SaaS). This will make it easy for public sector and third sector organisations, for example, local authorities, charities and housing associations to procure Altuity’s SaaS solutions.

Altuity’s software helps create safe and compliant spaces for people to live, learn, work and play in. The software provides asset, maintenance and compliance management functionality for facilities managers, asset managers and compliance managers.

It does this by mapping an organisation’s data onto site and floor plans, on maps for external features, in 360-degree photogrammetry and 3D. 

Steve Voller, Altuity Solutions CEO

“Cash-strapped and the often under-resourced public and third sectors need to do more with less,” said Altuity founder Steve Voller (above).

“Enabling people to work smarter, not harder, makes a huge difference. A place on G-Cloud 13 makes it easy for public sector and third sector organisations to access our software and services. It also allows us, as an SME, to be on an equal playing field amongst larger competitors.”

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