We are very pleased to announce that our submission of 28 discrete services to the Crown Commercial Services G-Cloud 8 supplier framework has been successful. These services will be listed on the UK Government’s Digital Marketplace from the 1st August 2016.

Over the past 12 months we have significantly increased the range of services that we provide to the UK Government and are proud to support the public sector as it transforms to meet the digital agenda. The range of services that we now provide via the G-Cloud 8 supplier framework includes:

Software as a Service

·         Mobile Workforce Application

·         Office 365 Migration

Platform as a Service

·         Digital Application Platform – Private (Assured)

·         Digital Application Platform – Private (Elevated)

·         Digital Application Platform – Public (Assured)

 Infrastructure as a Service

·         Compute as a Service Assured

·         Compute as a Service Elevated

·         IaaS – Azure

 Specialist Cloud Services

·         Application Delivery of Cloud Services

·         Application Discovery & Migration Services

·         Application Packaging for Cloud Services

·         Business Analysis for Cloud Adoption and Digital Services

·         Cloud Data Classification

·         Cloud Design & Transition Services

·         Cloud Service Desk

·         Cloud Testing Services

·         Desktop Migration to Cloud based Service

·         Digital Strategy and Cloud Adoption Services

·         Enterprise Architecture for Cloud Adoption & Digital Services

·         Healthcheck & Technical Review for Cloud Based Services

·         Infrastructure Cloud Migration Services

·         Mobile Workforce Application Design & Deployment

·         Office 365 Migration Services

·         Programme and Project Delivery of Cloud Services

·         Security for Cloud based Services

·         Service Integration & Management for Cloud based Services

·         Unified Communication & Messaging Cloud Services

·         Zendesk Cloud Services