The incredibly popular work management platform Asana is now available on the G-Cloud 12 Framework through Generation Digital. Asana is the category leader in project management and organises work by making it clear what to do, why it matters, and how to get it done.
Asana's popularity in 2020 has skyrocketed due to its success in managing employees across remote teams, while also keeping staff focused on organisational projects, tasks and goals. It has been a refreshing tonic for many workplaces during the ongoing disruptions of Covid-19.
As Generation Digital are the only G-Cloud 12 supplier for Asana, we offer full end-to-end support for public sector organisations that want to embrace the enterprise-level functionality of the platform. The enterprise offering includes many increased data controls for the public sector, configurable member settings, automated user management, custom app integrations, and personalised customer support.
Graham Mackay, Managing Partner of Generation Digital, was delighted to become the first Asana solutions partner to work within the G-Cloud framework. Graham said: "The inclusion of Asana on the G-Cloud 12 is an essential step in our blossoming relationship. As a company, we pride ourselves on being a digital transformation partner who can identify opportunities to improve the efficiency of remote teams and help align staff to organisational goals.
Graham added: "In Asana, we have a product partner who is not only a leader in the project management field but is also a true innovator when it comes to making the world of work a smarter, happier and more efficient place."
Generation Digital has proudly worked with Asana on many public and private sector workplace projects bringing together the experience of digital transformation strategy and work management.
The G-Cloud framework
The G-Cloud framework is an agreement between the government and suppliers who provide cloud-based services.
G-Cloud services fall into three categories, or 'lots':
- cloud hosting, for example, content delivery networks or load balancing services
- cloud software, for example, accounting tools or customer service management software
- cloud support, for example, migration services or ongoing support
Buying services through frameworks is faster and more cost effective than entering into individual procurement contracts. Buyers and suppliers still need to sign a contract (or 'call-off contract') for each service bought through a framework. If you'd like to know more about how Generation Digital can help with your Asana Enterprise procurement, then please book a free consultation with one of our specialists.