Arcus Updates

Lancashire County Council selects Arcus Global for Trading Standards case management

Arcus Global are delighted to announce that Lancashire County Council have selected Arcus to implement its Regulatory Services applications for Trading Standards case management via the G-Cloud 13 Framework.  The award signals a firm move away from legacy IT systems as part of a 4 year contract award.

Slough Borough Council Awards Arcus Global the Contract for a Cloud-Based Regulatory Management and Licensing System

Slough Borough Council has selected Arcus Global, a leading provider of cloud-based software solutions, to implement a cutting-edge regulatory management and licensing system, signalling a move away from traditional legacy IT systems. The contract is up to 3 years with a total value of over £245K including optional extensions.  The new Arcus platform will provide… Read more »

Arcus Global launches annual tree planting programme

As part of Arcus Global’s commitment to supporting sustainability, we will be donating 100 tree saplings to any new and existing Local Authority customers to enrich their local communities – it’s something that we’re pledging to do every year. We will work with our customers to carefully identify the right location and species and help them source and plant in their areas.

Construction sites helped to operate the new flexible working arrangements with automated application forms from Arcus Global

The UK Government’s construction and planning update on 14th May 2020 means that construction sites can now apply to work more flexible hours to enable social distancing. In response, Arcus Global has developed a fully automated online application form to support local planning departments manage this moving forward with the ‘new normal’.

Arcus Global helps St Albans District Council to provide COVID-19 online grant forms to small businesses

With 2020 a tipping point for the digitalisation of building control and other crucial infrastructure services, we’re seeing many organisations look to cloud technologies as a way to maintain service delivery whilst managing risk.

Arcus Global Secures £2.5 Million Additional Series A Funding

Arcus Global Limited, a market leader in GovTech cloud solutions, is pleased to announce it has raised an additional £2.5 million to support its growth ambitions into 2020 and beyond.

Hart District Council selects Arcus’ cloud platform to support digital strategy

Hart District Council has selected Arcus Global, a leading cloud solutions provider for the public sector, to deliver its Planning and Regulatory Services through the Arcus Global platform, to improve internal processes as well as to provide a better citizen experience.

Arcus and customers nominated for prestigious industry award – voting open now

Arcus Global and a select group of Arcus customers have been shortlisted for the Digital Leaders 100 List

How embracing digital makes Smart Planning a reality

New CLGdotTV broadcast with Arcus Global and London Borough of Redbridge

Arcus Global appoints Richard Sankey as Product Director

Leading cloud provider grows Arcus Place division with public sector specialist.

Arcus Global scores maximum points on the AWS Managed Service Provider framework

We are thrilled to announce that not only are we an AWS Next Generation Managed Services Provider (MSP) but we also scored maximum points in our latest AWS MSP audit.

GDPR and what it means to the public sector in particular…

With four months to go, Peter Male, Business Development Lead, gives an overview and some advice on what GDPR means.  

Four months from now on the 25th May the General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, will enter law. At that point we will see the biggest, and arguably most important, change to the way in which personal information is handled.

We will see more power given to the individual (the data subject in GDPR parlance) to control who has their information, what those third parties can use it for, remove consent for third parties to use their data and most importantly tell them (not ask!) to delete the data they hold – the ‘right to be forgotten’.