We are proud to announce that our services are now live and available on GCloud 9.

Enterprise License for Local Authorities

As part of our new offering we are now able to offer full enterprise licences for Engage Process for Local Authority users. There are 3 enterprise licences available depending on your Authority size (Small, Medium and Large) which now means we offer licences to suit users at all stages of implementation.

These licenses offer full access to the whole suite including all supporting modules with no capped users or concurrency for Modeler and Viewer. There are 3 price brackets as detailed below:


  • Population less than 100,000
  • Unlimited Users and Concurrency


  • Population 100,000 – 250,000
  • Unlimited Users and Concurrency


  • Population over 250,00
  • Unlimited Users and Concurrency

Please Note:

  • The prices are for Local Authorities only
  • The enterprise licences relate to a single Local Authority use only no partnerships or groups

I am really pleased the new licences are available enabling Authorities to deliver full strategic implementation without the headache of concurrent user licence management.

As we continue to grow our UK family we are proud to announce 3 new customers using the Process Suite – Carmarthenshire County Council, Bracknell Forest Council and our latest members Rugby Borough Council.

Rugby Council Logo

All of these customers have taken the product by taking the free trial and webinar, using the product for themselves and seeing the benefits it can offer their organisations. As it is software as a service it is very easy to scale up or down as you need it and to start small and grow as you see the benefits. If you are interested in the trial and free webinar training contact us for more information.

We now have customers using Engage Process across a range of Transformation Programmes to support Digital Transformation, Software Rationalisation, Agile/Mobile Working as well as Lean/ Continuous Improvement helping them to change and improve processes and identify the benefits of change.

Throughout the past few months we have been out and about presenting and talking to Local Authorities at various events in London, Yorkshire and Humber, Midlands and Glasgow at various Public Sector Digital Transformation Forum events. These are free to attend and I find them excellent for learning lessons from others and seeing what innovations are being deployed in the sector to deliver real tangible benefits have a look here for the schedule and I hope to see you at an event soon.

I am really looking forward to sponsoring and attending my second LocalGovCamp 2017 event coming up in Bristol in September. I can’t wait to see one of my old Councils in a beautiful city and how they have radically modernised and transformed City Hall have a look at the video here it looks awesome and shows what can be done with old Council buildings to make them fit for todays ways of working. To attend LocalGovCamp have a look at the details here and sign up for the free ticket lottery here best of luck and hope to see you there soon.

We have been out and about training our new users in the tools and I really enjoy these sessions as an opportunity to share ideas and innovations as well as seeing how Councils are going about delivering the transformational change initiatives and tackling the challenges.

The training with Carmarthenshire County Council was excellent and great to see how they have driven the use of Engage Process from an initial trial and licence for the central improvement team to a Gold licence and even upgrading to Platinum before they had been trained.

They have broadened out the scope of process improvement such that as well as the Improvement Team they also have HR, IT and Customer Services now mapping and improving processes. Alongside this the team have also been working on the cultural side of Lean and process improvement with some really innovative communications and posters led from the top of the organisation.

Fitbit Winner Announcement

On a final note congratulations to Simon Mulville for winning the good/bad processes competition and I hope you are ‘enjoying’ your Fitbit.

Hope to see you all soon and please get in contact with any questions, queries or comments.

Andrew Sandford
Andrew Sandford Director
Agile guru and process evangelist

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