Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council to avail of benefits of implementing Tascomi Public Protection via the Welsh Purchasing Consortium Framework Agreement.
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council are the most recent of the Welsh authorities to take advantage of Tascomi’s single supplier Framework Agreement awarded by the Welsh Purchasing Consortium.
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council will shortly be implementing Tascomi’s Public Protection solution, an innovative software system which caters to the extensive requirements of; Trading Standards, Environmental Health, Licensing, Private Sector Housing and Housing Grants.
Steve Peters, Head of Public Protection and Housing at Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council commented on the implementation, “We are pleased to have adopted Tascomi Public Protection. Being entirely web-based and accessible on any device with a browser from anywhere, it will enable us to digitally transform the service we provide. The integrated off-line capability means that officers will be able to record inspection outcomes directly into the system even when they do not have access to the internet. When councils are being faced with unparalleled reductions in budget Tascomi Public Protection will provide us with a system that offers improved consistency in service delivery, greater resilience and more opportunities to engage digitally with our customers and stakeholders. We are looking forward to working in partnership with Tascomi and other local authorities in Wales to implement a modern Cloud based solution.”
Built from the ground up using open source technology, Tascomi Public Protection has been designed in conjunction 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.
About Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council is one of twenty two unitary authorities in Wales and has a population of 59,000. It is located in the historic county of Glamorgan and takes its name from Merthyr Tydfil town.