We’ve renewed our G-Cloud 12 status
News|7 October 2020
We have successfully renewed our application to supply public sector organisations with IT and cloud services under the UK Government’s G-Cloud 12 framework.
Public sector organisations will continue to be able to enlist our support across all three areas defined under the framework: Cloud Hosting, Cloud Software and Cloud Support. This includes supporting the adoption of the Microsoft cloud and associated technical support, consultancy and IT health checks.
In addition to being able to provide cloud subscriptions and consultancy services directly to public sector organisations, being on the G-Cloud enables our Indirect Partners to also access this market opportunity, opening a wide range of innovative solutions up to the public sector.
What is G-Cloud 12? The G-Cloud Framework is an initiative by the UK Government aimed at simplifying and easing the procurement of IT and cloud services for public sector organisations funded by Government. The framework lays out an agreement between suppliers and government, negating the need for full tenders or competition procurement process to be conducted by the organisation.
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