The G Cloud 6 Framework, which went live 30 January, enables Public Sector bodies to purchase Cloud-based services through the Digital Marketplace.
From 2 February, the sixth iteration of the Framework it set to make it clearer and faster for suppliers to submit their services and make it easier for buyers to understand the services on offer.
Centerprise International Limited were awarded inclusion in 3 lots available on G Cloud 6.
The lots are:
- Lot 2: Platform as a Service (PaaS) An innovative PaaS that offers considerable improvement in application density over traditional virtualised solutions
- Lot 3: Software as a Service (SaaS) Encompassing encrypted high definition Video Conferencing as a Service, Unified Communications as a Service and Mobile Device Management as a Service.
- Lot 4: Specialist Cloud Services (SCS) Encompassing Service Desk as a Service (SDaaS) and professional services designed to support customers with the adaption of Cloud services.
CEO of Centerprise International, Gary Stevens said:
“In the last decade CI has diversified immensely to include fully managed Cloud based services and G Cloud 6 provides the perfect platform to showcase this”.
“Being a part of this framework is key to building on Centerprise’s success in the Public Sector”
48% of the total sales from G Cloud were awarded to SME’s*. G Cloud 6 will further enable Centerprise to capitalise on the Government’s commitment to make Public Sector procurement more available to smaller companies.
Jeremy Nash, System Integrators Business Manager of Centerprise also commented:
“We have been delivering managed services across various Public Sector departments for a number of years. G Cloud 6 presents the opportunity to further expand our footprint within Central Government and the wider-Public Sector by delivering innovative and relevant Cloud services. I believe those who require the types of services we offer will not be disappointed by the level of service we deliver”