Spidex is delighted to announce that its cloud-based legionella testing management software DataSabre has been approved for G-Cloud 11, the UK government’s online procurement platform.
G-Cloud 11 offers an easy-to use framework through which public sector bodies can buy digital services more quickly and at lower cost than through tendering. This reflects a renewed commitment to offer greater opportunities for SMEs competing for Government contracts.
Every supplier on the G-Cloud platform has been subjected to a rigorous assessment process prior to being accredited.
DataSabre is mainly used within the NHS to support best-practice testing programs for legionella and pseudomonas to comply with HTM 04-01 and ACop L8 guidelines. Aside from water sampling and testing, the software will benefit any organisation that is required to carry out large numbers of regular asset-based checks for safety and compliance purposes.
The DataSabre module enables recording and collation of all such test results, with out-of-tolerance returns instantly flagged with “traffic light” indicators. The system then provides full management and tracking of follow-up checks and corrective actions to provide an end-to-end audit trail. Automatic alerts notify users when critical tasks fall near-due.
DataSabre is also deployable on mobile devices, so that checks, tests and related maintenance works can be logged on the move, essential for working on large estates or across multiple locations.
Spidex Managing Director Jonathan Starling said “We are delighted to expand our UK presence through the G-Cloud platform. This will enable public sector organisations to procure and deploy much-needed solutions like DataSabre online with the minimum of delay.”
Click here to view the DataSabre page on G-Cloud.