We are G Cloud 10 Suppliers

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We are delighted to announce that we have been listed as approved suppliers on G Cloud 10.

G Cloud (Government Cloud) is an agreement between the government and suppliers who offer cloud-based services.

Buying services through the G Cloud Framework

Through G Cloud, UK public sector bodies can access a wide range of pre-vetted vendors and services through transparent, accessible and competitive online program known as the Digital Marketplace.

Central government, local councils, NHS Trusts and other public sector bodies are able to purchase cloud-based services such as web hosting from one centralised website – leading to significant saving in time and effort.

G Cloud 10 offers access to nearly 3000 service suppliers across three categories:

Cloud Hosting – for example, content delivery networks or load balancing services

Cloud Software – such as accounting tools or customer service management software

Cloud Support – such as migration services or ongoing support

All public sector organisations can check the URN list to see if they are eligible to use the Digital Marketplace.
As a G Cloud supplier we have already:

Confirmed information about our company and the way we work.
Added information about the services that we offer.

Why G Cloud

G Cloud is a government initiative designed to make it easier for people to access cloud and technology services.

Through G Cloud people have easy access to a digital marketplace of cloud vendors that have been approved to provide their services to the government and the private sector.

We are pleased to have been listed in this digital marketplace from G Cloud 1 all the way to G Cloud 10.
But our services are not just for the public sector – we have a number of private sector clients too.
If you would like to find out more about our services and want to know if we can help your business, please contact us.

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