Advanced awarded place on G-Cloud 7 framework
Published 18/12/2015 by Gordon Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, Advanced
Advanced is offering new data migration services
Advanced, the third largest UK-based software and IT services provider to the UK market, has been awarded a place on G-Cloud 7 by Crown Commercial Service, the Government’s latest cloud procurement framework.
The G-Cloud framework was launched in 2012 and aims to promote the adoption of cloud-based software applications in Central Government and the wider public sector in order to improve performance levels and reduce IT costs.
Advanced, which has been on previous G-Cloud frameworks, is offering new data migration services on this latest version which went live in November 2015.
Gordon Wilson, CEO, Advanced says, “Advanced is well-established as a leading software provider to the public sector and has a successful history of working with central government, councils, NHS trusts, colleges and housing associations.
“Having a continued presence on G-Cloud will make our services even more accessible for these organisations, affording more opportunity for them to benefit from the efficiencies our cloud-based solutions can offer.”
Advanced’s G-cloud portfolio includes: budgeting, forecasting and planning, cloud business intelligence, enablement and support services, ERP on Demand, Platform as a Service, MIS, inventory management, eProcurement, cloud-based invoicing, business analysis services, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, cloud-based solutions and services for the education and care sectors, electronic call monitoring and clinical decision support solutions for the health and care sectors and implementation, training and support services.
Advanced’s G-Cloud 7 services can be found by searching on the Government Digital Marketplace. https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/.