Helm Tickets is a Government G-Cloud Digital Marketplace Supplier
What is a Government G-Cloud Supplier?
Buying services through frameworks is faster and cheaper than entering into individual procurement contracts. Buyers and suppliers still need to sign a contract (or ‘call-off contract’) for each service bought through a framework. Find out more here.
What does this mean?
This makes it even easier for public sector organisations to work with Helm Tickets, adding to our Cyber Essentials certification and our PCI and DSS compliance.
If you’d like to talk to us about how we can help your public sector organization create tickets to your next event or learn how you can use our asset booking feature to book meeting rooms and spaces, get in touch here!
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