PCI Pal, the secure payments provider to contact centres, has been confirmed as an approved supplier in the ‘Cloud software’ category of the G-Cloud 11 procurement framework.
G-Cloud 11 is the latest iteration of the Government’s Digital Marketplace framework, which is designed to provide central government, local councils, NHS Trusts and other public-sector bodies with access to approved suppliers of cloud-based services. The online platform offers public sector organisations consistency in quality standards and more competitive pricing.
PCI Pal already supports many public sector organisations in securing Cardholder-Not-Present transactions, to meet various data security, protection and compliance requirements.
Hugh James, Chief Technology Officer for PCI Pal said, “In today’s world where data breaches or cyberattacks are becoming commonplace, it is important that all organisations put in safeguards to ensure the security of customers’ payment data. Our globally-accessible cloud-based security solutions provide any organisation that transacts telephone-based payments with a secure environment that guarantees PCI DSS compliance.
“We are therefore delighted to be selected as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud procurement framework for the second year running, to make it easier for organisations, departments and trusts to have swift access to our range of solutions.”
G-Cloud 11 features over 4,200 suppliers, which provide access to more than 31,000 services.
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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Knowledge Centre – PCI Pal authored by Stacey Richards. Read the original post at: https://www.pcipal.com/en/knowledge-centre/press/pci-pal-secures-a-place-on-the-g-cloud-11-framework-2/