Leading legal systems innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has been approved as a supplier on G-Cloud 10, the Crown Commercial Service’s procurement framework for Cloud based computer services, hosted via the Digital Marketplace. The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) works with departments and organisations, such as Zylpha, across the public sector to ensure that maximum value is extracted from all commercial relationships and to improve the quality of service delivery.
Zylpha is the leader in the supply of Legal Process Document technology. Its digital bundling software is designed to automate and streamline the processing of document bundles, minimising the risk of error that is so inherent with manual processes. Now available under the G-Cloud 10 Framework, Zylpha significantly reduces the time taken for each stage of the process, therefore significantly lowering costs. To make it appeal as widespread as possible, Zylpha has also been integrated with systems from Visualfiles, Leap, iManage, SOS, Civica, Iken, Proclaim, NetDocuments and Peppermint.
As Zylpha’s secure legal document bundling software will now be available to the public sector through G Cloud 10, government users can save significant amounts of administrative time whilst eliminating the costs of maintaining paper-based files, physical storage and courier services. Typically, time savings of up to 70% are available over traditional methods. In addition, Zylpha’s software delivers the highest levels of secure communication, as the electronic files are encrypted before they are sent.
Commenting on the news, Zylpha’s CEO Tim Long said, “We now have a significant number of government and local government customers. Naturally, therefore, we are delighted to be part of G-Cloud 10, the latest infrastructure to provide government departments and public bodies with a rapid and cost effective method of accessing and purchasing Cloud IT. We look forward to exploring those areas of central and local government where our systems can make a real difference under this scheme.”