IT software

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Dear Caerphilly County Borough Council,

Under the Freedom of Information, I am requesting an opportunity to get information for the questions as follows:

1. Do you have any software license contract renewal this year? If so, please provide details of vendor, title, renewal date, contract value and type of license eg concurrent or subscription to top 20 biggest software contracts.
2. Does your organization use any IDOX software?
3. How much was spent on last Idox software license contract? Can you break the value of the Idox contract for your each financial year individually?
4. What type of Idox license do you have? eg concurrent or subscription 5. Please provide details of person(s) involved in IT Software Budgeting.

Yours faithfully,

Jane Lucas

WWW: FOI, Caerphilly County Borough Council

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Dear Jane Lucas
 
INFORMATION REQUEST
 
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March 2016. This e-mail is intended to acknowledge your request, and we
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Dear Jane Lucas

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - INFORMATION REQUEST

 

Thank you for your request for information received on the 1^st March
2016.  We have considered your request and enclose the following
information:

 

(1) Do you have any software license contract renewal this year? If so,
please provide details of vendor, title, renewal date, contract value and
type of license eg concurrent or subscription to top 20 biggest software
contracts.

Yes, see attached.

 

(2) Does your organization use any IDOX software?

Yes

 

(3) How much was spent on last Idox software license contract? Can you
break the value of the Idox contract for your each financial year
individually?

      i.        UFM Public Access, £27,778.70

    ii.        Corporate Document Management System, £16,908.25

   iii.        Strand, £12,000 approx.

 

(4) What type of Idox license do you have? eg concurrent or subscription

Subscription

 

(5) Please provide details of person(s) involved in IT Software Budgeting.

Paul Lewis, Head of IT (Acting), [1][email address]

 

We supply this information based on your original request.  If this is not
what you wanted or if you feel we have not fully understood your request
please do not hesitate to contact me to clarify your exact requirements.

 

If you have any queries or concerns or are in any way dissatisfied with
the handling of your request please contact me.

 

Yours sincerely

 

GARETH GRIFFITHS

Corporate Information Governance Assistant

 

 

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