IT and Finance systems

Andy Gilbert made this Freedom of Information request to The English Heritage Trust

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Dear The English Heritage Trust,

1) What Applications are you running for:

• Finance
• Planning and Budgeting
• HR and Payroll
• Projects
• Workforce planning
• Business Intelligence

2) Are these Applications for on-premises or cloud based?

• Finance
• Planning and Budgeting
• HR and Payroll
• Projects
• Workforce planning
• Business Intelligence

3) When does the contract expire?

• Finance
• Planning and Budgeting
• HR and Payroll
• Projects
• Workforce planning
• Business Intelligence

4) Which vendor/System Integrator (SI) implemented your current Finance System?
5) Who is your current Finance system support partner?
6) What is your budget for IT spend for 2017/2018
7) How much do you spend on support for your current finance system?
8) Are you planning to renew your current finance System or tender for a new system upon expiry?
9) If tender, when are you planning to publish for a tender?
10) Which framework do you use for procurement?
11) Are you planning to join a Shared Service in the next 1 - 2 years?

Yours faithfully,

Andy Gilbert

Bryan, Ann,

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Our Reference:17/1519

 

Dear Mr Gilbert,

 

Re: Information Request – IT and Finance Systems

 

Thank you for your email to the English Heritage Trust on 2 May in which
you have requested the following information:

 

1)         What Applications are you running for:

 

•           Finance

•           Planning and Budgeting

•           HR and Payroll

•           Projects

•           Workforce planning

•           Business Intelligence

 

2)         Are these Applications for on-premises or cloud based?

 

•           Finance

•           Planning and Budgeting

•           HR and Payroll

•           Projects

•           Workforce planning

•           Business Intelligence

 

3)         When does the contract expire?

 

•           Finance

•           Planning and Budgeting

•           HR and Payroll

•           Projects

•           Workforce planning

•           Business Intelligence

 

4)         Which vendor/System Integrator (SI) implemented your current
Finance System?

5)         Who is your current Finance system support partner?

6)         What is your budget for IT spend for 2017/2018

7)         How much do you spend on support for your current finance
system?

8)         Are you planning to renew your current finance System or tender
for a new system upon expiry?

9)         If tender, when are you planning to publish for a tender?

10)      Which framework do you use for procurement?

11)      Are you planning to join a Shared Service in the next 1 - 2
years?

 

Your request will be considered under the Freedom of Information Act
(2000).  We will be writing to you within the statutory 20 working day
timeframe with a response to your request.  You will be informed if this
is not possible.

 

Yours sincerely, 

 

Ann Bryan

Information Assistant

Information Management and Technology Department

Room 2/07 (am)/ G/60 (pm), The Engine House, Fire Fly Avenue, Swindon, SN2
2EH

Direct Dial : 01793 414567 (am) 01793 414797 (pm)

 

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Dear Mr Gilbert,

 

Re: Information Request -  IT and Finance systems:

 

Thank you for your email on the 2^nd May, in which you have requested
information regarding our  IT and Finance systems.

 

I can confirm that English Heritage holds information that falls within
the scope of your request and that, under the Freedom of Information Act
(FoIA) 2000, I am able to provide you with that information, as attached.

 

I hope that the information I have provided is helpful to you. Details of
our review procedure are attached.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Mark Wilkins
INFORMATION RIGHTS OFFICER

IMT

) T 01793 414539

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Swindon | Wiltshire | SN2 2EH

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