Fintech docStribute secures listing as G-Cloud 13 supplier
Fintech docStribute, part of the FinTech Scotland community, just announced the signature of a Framework Agreement with the UK Government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) to be listed as a G-Cloud 13 supplier hence offering their services to public sector bodies later this autumn.
52,000 public sector and third sector organisations will have access to docStribute via the G-Cloud 13 digital marketplace. This will enable them to use docStribute's Distributed Ledger Technology to benefit from a secure and sustainable digital solution for distributing highly regulated documents.
Christopher Ansara, CEO & co-founder of docStribute, comments:
“We are thrilled to have been selected as a service on the Digital Marketplace by the Crown Commercial Service. This will enable more public sector organisations to access docStribute’s services and it will be simple for non-profit organisations and public sector bodies to have access to the best product on the market. docStribute has always had productivity and sustainability at heart, and we hope to see our solution help not only reduce the use of paper, but also help organisations become more sustainable, while increasing efficiency.”
Not only does the solution provides better security it also help organisations achieve their Net Zero targets. Indeed, with docStribute they can reduce paper usage by 95% and cut cost by as much as 70%. docStribute uses the Hedera Distributed Network which is significantly more energy-efficient than alternative public networks.
docStribute recently signed a partnership with Salesforce to make its Document Distribution and Digital Signature solutions available to its 150,000+ customers helping Salesforce address three of its six sustainability priorities (emissions reduction, regulation and policy, and innovation).