Netcompany has been approved as a supplier once again on the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) G-Cloud contract, which is now at version ten. This is a key UK government framework and allows the UK government to continue to benefit from Netcompany’s range of cloud hosting, software and support to help drive transformation across their departments.
Netcompany’s services have appeared on previous versions of the framework, but the company’s offerings have now expanded to cover thirty cloud software and support services,
Through the G-Cloud 10 framework Netcompany’s cloud services will be available across all government departments allowing them to purchase services from a wide pool of suppliers – particularly small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Figures by the Government Digital Service and CCS at the start of February 2018 show that more than £2.8bn of cloud services have been procured through the G-Cloud framework since launch in March 2012.
Each iteration of the framework gives existing suppliers the opportunity to update details about the pricing and functionality of their services, and new providers can apply to have their services added to the Digital Marketplace.
G-Cloud 9 has been a great vehicle to bring our services to UK government departments, giving them innovation, excellence in delivery and results-driven transformations. We are very much looking forward to talk to customers, old and new, about our G-Cloud 10 offerings. – Paul O’ Looney, Solution Architecture and Business Development, Netcompany.