Government Minister Visits PROACTIS to Discuss eProcurement Growth

logo_sys-conGovernment Minister Visits PROACTIS to Discuss eProcurement Growth

Published: 9th January 2015

PROACTIS, the global Spend Control and eProcurement solution provider, today welcomed Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, Paymaster General, and Alec Shelbrooke MP for Elmet & Rothwell at its UK Headquarters in Wetherby. The Minister visited PROACTIS to share thoughts on the uptake of cloud technology and its ability to deliver efficiencies across Government. In addition, to understand how PROACTIS has achieved its success and growth that has seen it become the largest independent solution provider.

Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, said:

“As part of this Government’s long term economic plan, we are reforming the way the public sector sources and uses technology and it is fantastic to meet innovative SMEs like PROACTIS who are seizing the opportunity this presents. The region is becoming a hotbed for companies like this and I hope they will continue to bring their ideas to us so we can continue to improve public services.”

Adrian Gibson, Director of Public Sector, PROACTIS said: “It was encouraging to hear first-hand the Ministers commitment to Cloud technology and to supporting companies like PROACTIS and is evidence of our success in delivering real value to an increasing number of organisations”.

Hundreds of organisations around the world use PROACTIS solutions to better control their expenditure on all goods and services. In the UK Public Sector PROACTIS are the largest independent Spend Control and eProcurement solution provider with approximately 200 Public Sector organisations using its cloud technology to control over £15bn of public spending across 150,000+ suppliers.