Ceredigion County Council are among the first adopters of Tascomi Public Protection via the Welsh Purchasing Consortium Framework Agreement.

Ceredigion

In a collaborative working project alongside other early adopter Councils, Ceredigion Council are among the first of the Welsh authorities to take advantage of Tascomi’s single supplier Framework Agreement awarded by the Welsh Purchasing Consortium.

Ceredigion Council will shortly be implementing Tascomi’s Public Protection solution, which includes; Trading Standards, Environmental Health, Licensing, Private Sector Housing and Housing Grants.

Huw Williams, Head of Lifestyle Services at Ceredigion Council commented,  In acquiring the Tascomi Public Protection system, Ceredigion County Council has not only signed up for a modern information management system but has also committed to a project that will enable services to be delivered more effectively in the future. The system provides an exciting opportunity for collaboration between local authorities to secure a single consistent operating platform for Public Protection Services in Wales. At a time when Councils are facing unprecedented financial challenges, implementation of the system will provide greater service resilience, support agile working and improve consistency in service delivery, whilst offering better opportunities to stakeholders in engaging with and accessing services. We are pleased to be working in partnership with Tascomi and view this as being the start of a positive and fruitful relationship.”

Built from the ground up using open source technology, Tascomi Public Protection has been designed in conjuction with Local Authorities and can be accessed on any Mobile Device with a current mainstream browser, and is therefore digital by default and mobile by nature.

Bryan Snowden, Tascomi Business Consultant, commented on the implementation “We’re delighted to be working alongside Ceredigion County Council for the provision of our Public Protection solution. This is an important step in our growth plans, and we’re excited to build a long lasting relationship with the Welsh Local Authorities.”