Idox Elections services confirmed on latest G-Cloud Framework

Idox Elections is delighted to have its products and services featured on the G-Cloud 10 (G10) Framework, joining more than 140 Idox Software Limited services now spanning the three framework categories of Cloud Hosting, Cloud Software and Cloud Support.

With more Idox services live on the Digital Marketplace than ever before, public sector organisations have quick and easy access to Idox Elections’ digital expertise, reinforcing our continued commitment to delivering tangible results through innovation, consultancy and software in line with the wider Idox group.

The featured portfolio lists a number of our digital services, including:

  • Atlas Geospatial: a system that eliminates the manual processes involved in completing boundary changes. The graphical approach of engaging visually and spatially on an interactive map reduces time-intensive processes and drives property database accuracy.
  • ePollMail: a forward-thinking service that provides a modern and effective means of engaging with voters ahead of elections, increasing register accuracy and encouraging voter turnout.
  • Tablet Canvassing: a solution designed to ensure doorstep canvassing is cost-effective, timely and professional. Offers offline capability and ability to synchronise data to the EMS, reducing data entry in the back office and maximising productivity.

William Quinton, Managing Director of Idox Elections said: “Securing our status as a provider on the latest G-Cloud 10 Framework underlines our commitment to providing high-quality, results-driven electoral services to local authorities across the UK. With a range of end-to-end services designed to help councils prepare, undertake and manage elections, we’re excited to continue forging new partnerships and helping teams deliver modern democracy that is accurate, fair and transparent.”

For further information about our suite of products and services available on the G10 Framework, please visit the dedicated page here or contact