This recognition highlights Zylpha's secure legal document bundling solution, which will now be readily accessible to the public sector.
The widely acclaimed system has been designed to save legal teams both time and money by streamlining processes and eliminating the need for traditional paper-based files, physical storage, and courier services. The software also prioritizes secure communication by encrypting electronic files before they are transmitted.
As part of Zylpha's G-Cloud 7 offering, the public sector will now have the opportunity to take advantage of the company's document bundling solution in conjunction with a variety of case management and document management systems, including Visualfiles, Peppermint, Proclaim, Civica, Iken, and others.
In response to the news, Tim Long, CEO of Zylpha, stated,
“We have received a great deal of interest in our products from government bodies and are thrilled to be part of G-Cloud 7. This procurement framework provides central government departments, executive agencies, and public bodies with a cost-effective and efficient method of accessing and purchasing IT cloud products and services that have been approved by the government. We look forward to exploring the areas where our services can be of the most benefit to the government.”