We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded supplier status on the Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud 9 framework.

The framework forms a major part of the Crown Commercial Service’s Digital Marketplace, offering small-to-medium businesses the opportunity to promote their cloud services to government departments, local authorities, emergency services and education bodies.

G-Cloud 9 eliminates restrictive contracts and the need for public sector organisations to individually research prospective vendors.

Organisations can use the G-Cloud framework to source cloud hosting, software and support. Only suppliers who meet the strict requirements set by the Crown Commercial Service are accepted onto the framework.

We offer a range of services on the framework, including Umbraco & WordPress support, stakeholder engagement services, managed hosting, accessibility audits and search engine optimisation.

Connect’s joint Managing Directors, Carole Boardman and Janet Symes said: “We are delighted to be recognised by the Crown Commercial Service as a leading provider of cloud services. We have featured on the G-Cloud framework since its second iteration, and we have been working with public sector organisations for even longer.

“By tailoring our digital services for the framework, with each designed to fulfil high standards of security, resiliency and compliancy, we deliver solutions that drive outstanding commercial and operational improvements.”

We have established a number of relationships through the Digital Marketplace, including work with; Charity Commission, Competition and Markets Authority, Ministry of Justice, Serious Fraud Office and the UK Space Agency.

For more information about G-Cloud, visit the Digital Marketplace.

We are Connect – a multi-award winning digital technology agency. We build innovative digital platforms that transform business.

Our clients include; DVLA, Serious Fraud Office, NHS, Cardiff University, HM Treasury, Charity Commission, Contact a Family, Hewlett Packard, Department of Health and Birmingham City Council.

For more information, or to discuss your requirements, contact Beth James on 0151 282 4321 or at beth.james@connectisl.com.

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