PCI Pal, the global SaaS provider of secure payment solutions, has certified as an approved supplier on the Government’s G-Cloud 13 procurement framework.
G-Cloud 13 is the latest iteration of the Government’s Digital Marketplace framework, which provides central government, local councils, NHS Trusts and other public-sector bodies with swift access to approved suppliers. The online platform offers public sector organisations consistency in quality standards and more competitive pricing.
PCI Pal, a G-Cloud approved supplier of cloud-based services since 2018, already works with numerous public sector organisations to secure payment transactions for business communications, in order to meet the latest data security, protection and compliance requirements.
Darren Gill, Chief Revenue Officer for PCI Pal said, “For any organisation that handles payment card transactions, whether over the phone or via digital channels, our globally-accessible cloud-based payment solutions provide assurances that sensitive cardholder information is being handled securely and in compliance with PCI DSS. We are therefore delighted to once again be accredited as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud procurement framework for the fourth consecutive year, to make it easier for organisations, Government departments and trusts to have swift access to our range of payment solutions.”
G-Cloud 13 features over 4,200 suppliers, providing access to more than 31,000 services. Since its inception, there has been over £11.4bn worth of sales through the framework.