As a longstanding supporter of the G-Cloud Framework we're pleased to welcome G-Cloud 5.
Coventry (PRWEB UK) 13 June 2014
Rant & Rave, which allows organisations to proactively communicate with and gather fast feedback from their customers and employees in real-time, is currently experiencing rapid growth across multiple sectors in the UK. Its technology platform helps clients reduce costs by making it easier for them and their customers to engage with each other. Its client list, which includes half of the FTSE, boasts big names such as Vodafone, Scottish Water and Barclays.
The G-Cloud framework, which has transformed the way public sector bodies can efficiently procure suppliers whilst providing smaller businesses with the opportunity to secure larger contracts, has already proved fruitful for the technology provider. Many government bodies already use its platform to take real-time inspired action to transform Ranters into Ravers and happy customers into engaged Ravers - lifelong advocates.
Dennis Fois, CEO, Rant & Rave said:
"As a longstanding supporter of the G-Cloud Framework we're pleased to welcome G-Cloud 5. We're proud to already count a number of Public Sector bodies as clients, including Colchester Hospital University NHS Trust (CHUFT), Environment Agency, South Lanarkshire Council, Birmingham City Council, the Ministry of Defence and we look forward to welcoming many more through this mutually convenient system."
In June 2013, G-Cloud changed stance from a stand-alone programme to being placed under the control of the Government Digital Service (GDS) - a new team within Cabinet Office tasked with transforming Government digital services and making Britain a 'digital by default' nation.
About Rant & Rave
- Rant & Rave was launched in 2000 by Nigel Shanahan and is one of the UK’s leading customer engagement specialists, providing customer engagement solutions that drive advocacy to half of the FTSE.
- They produce state-of-the-art proactive communication and fast feedback technology that lets their clients increase revenue and reduce churn by listening and reacting to the voice of the customer in real-time.
- To find out more about the G-Cloud initiative visit http://gcloud.civilservice.gov.uk/.