We’re now part of G-Cloud 10

Posted on 3rd July 2018 Under Cloud, Marketplace

In response to the speed in which the Cloud marketplace is growing, the Government Digital Service (GDS) and the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) announced their 10th iteration of the G-Cloud Framework back in April 2018, and with it a host of improvements to the service for organisations looking to offer their cloud technologies and support to the public sector.

G-Cloud was first launched in 2012 as an initiative by the UK Government to ease procurement by public sector bodies of commodity information technology services that use cloud computing. By establishing framework agreements between the Government and cloud suppliers the publicly accessible portal known as the Digital Marketplace was formed, allowing public sector organisations to purchase cloud-based services without needing to go through the full tender process. A veritable win win situation for both vendors and consumers.

We’re therefore pleased to report that GMS Cloud is available once more through the Digital Marketplace, having previously been part of the G-Cloud Framework every calendar year since its inception. For us, the Digital Marketplace offers an invaluable level of exposure that isn’t always readily available to smaller suppliers. We are confident we have a competent and capable product, but getting it’s name out there is the tricky part. The G-Cloud Framework helps us achieve just that by providing a level playing field for SMBs and enterprises alike.

GMS Cloud 10 has now gone live. You can check out our G-Cloud 10 Digital Marketplace listing here. If you’d like to find out more about GMS Cloud from the horse’s mouth then please visit our website or contact one of our Sales staff today.