The ninth iteration of the government-run G-Cloud initiative is now live, once again connecting public sector bodies with trusted IT suppliers like Clearvision.
As you may know, the aim of G-Cloud framework is to ease procurement and to avoid the need for a full tender process. This enables the public sector to quickly and easily find the technology services they need – saving both time and money. To date, more than £1.6 billion has been spent via the G-Cloud framework, and that number is growing all the time.
Central to this success is the Digital Marketplace website, through which organisations can quickly see what services G-Cloud-listed companies offer and how much they cost.
In Clearvision’s case, public sector departments can see that we’re an Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner, as well as experts in agile methodology, DevOps and open source tools like Git. We list more than 50 services via the Digital Marketplace, in a range of different categories, including:
When it comes to our third-party services, we work with a group of carefully selected partners, including Lucidchart, Linchpin, Temp, QASymphony and Sonatype. These partnerships enable us to go even further in maximising our delivery and services, ensuring our public sector customers get quality and value for money every time.
Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve been part of G-Cloud. Over the years, we’ve helped numerous public sector organisations with tools like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket and Git. We were the first Atlassian specialist to sign up, and we’ve built up a strong reputation for our work.
This year, we’re dedicated to strengthening our position as a leading IT services company, and we’re looking forward to another 12 months of successful public sector engagement.
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