Eyecademy Awarded G-Cloud 11 Supplier Status
We are delighted to announce that, following a successful application, we are now approved G-Cloud 11 suppliers to the Public Sector across the the Cloud Support services category.
G-Cloud is the largest IT procurement framework in the UK, and availability on this platform is essential for companies like ourselves who place a great emphasis on processes and practices within the Public Sector. Live from July 2019 and running for 12 months, we join a selection of 4,200 suppliers who have been awarded places on the agreement (Crown Commercial, 2019).
As a member G-Cloud since it’s 5th iteration, we are thrilled to continue our availability through the G-Cloud platform, as it allows for fast and simplified access to the latest services from experienced suppliers like us, who understand the specific needs of Public Sector organisations.
Over the last 11 years, our dedicated Public Sector practise has been a key focus within our business. Since our establishment, we have grown to service many of the UK’s local health boards, councils, further and higher education establishments, emergency services and central government departments. As understanding the specific needs of Public Sector organisations is extremely important to us, we’re delighted to be an approved supplier on the G-Cloud platform for our 7th consecutive year.
This year, we have made it even easier to access our services on G-Cloud 11, by streamlining our existing offerings even further to ensure simplicity and transparency, as well as adding additional services in line with our recent growth and newly-developed capabilities.
Our team of highly experienced Client Managers are happy to discuss with you any current requirements or future projects which you believe would benefit from our highly specialised expertise. Outside of or prior to project procurement, we are also available to engage in Market Sounding or Supplier Engagement Processes, to advise and discuss future considerations.
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