ANS Secures Place on G Cloud 10 Framework

The UK’s leading Cloud Services Provider, ANS Group have been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Services’ G Cloud 10 Framework.

ANS has secured a place on the Cloud Hosting and Cloud Support Lots and is able to offer 26 specialist cloud services including:

  • Cloud readiness assessment
  • Azure and AWS Cloud Hosting (Lot 1)
  • Managed Public Cloud
  • Application Planning and Design
  • IoT/Big data/Dev Ops assessments

The G-Cloud framework launched in March 2012 and was held up as an example of how IT procurement across the entire public sector needed to change, by allowing organisations to purchase services from a much wider pool of suppliers – particularly small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

According to figures jointly published by the Government Digital Service and CCS at the start of February 2018, more than £2.8bn of cloud services have been procured through the framework since launch.

Each iteration of the framework gives existing suppliers the opportunity to update details about the pricing and functionality of their services, and new providers can apply to have their services added to the Digital Marketplace.

ANS’ CEO Paul Shannon said:

“Our award of the Framework Agreement on G-Cloud 10 further establishes our position as one of the UK’s leading Cloud Services Providers to public sector clients and enables potential clients to benefit from the framework and ANS’ offerings.

“This well-respected framework is already delivering strong business for us and will continue to directly provide an increased number of quality new business opportunities as we continue to grow and evolve in the public cloud space.”

G Cloud 10 is now live and has been welcomed by suppliers as it allows new innovative providers to work with government, enables new services to be provided and is an opportunity to engage with the wider public sector to make use of the framework.

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