We’re pleased to announce that Transparity are an approved supplier in the UK Government’s G-Cloud 13 Framework for Lot 2 Cloud Software and 3 Cloud Support.
The G-Cloud Framework creates a more efficient way of procuring cloud services for public sector organisations, by limiting the number of approved vendors. Rather than managing multiple contracts and tender processes, public sector organisations can use the framework to streamline the process and get access to expert suppliers.
G-Cloud 13 is managed by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), which supports the public sector to get the best commercial value when buying cloud products and services.
The latest version of the framework, G-Cloud 13, introduces a 4th Lot for end-to-end cloud services in addition to the existing three, Lot 1: Cloud Hosting (IaaS and PaaS), Lot 2: Cloud Software (SaaS) and Lot 3: Cloud Support.
This exclusive framework is for cloud experts with a proven record of offering cloud-based solutions. Our addition to Lot 2 recognises our proficiency in cloud software solutions, including and our Azure practice, Cloud Management Portal and custom software experts at Ballard Chalmers – part of the Transparity Group. Lot 3 reflects our established support offerings designed to help our customers establish, maintain, optimise and modernise their cloud environments – such as our Azure professional and managed services and Ballard Chalmers’ expertise in app optimisation and modernisation.
We’re thrilled to be approved as a supplier in the G-Cloud 13 Framework and look forward to continuing to support more public sector organisations on their cloud journey.
“It’s great to be an approved supplier on G-Cloud which provides us with a fantastic platform to trade with our customers and potential customers across the public sector. Each year we evolve it a little bit more by adding our new products and services that have been added to the portfolio, as we continue to grow our public sector offerings.”
Jessica Pattison, Head of Sales