Core awarded a place on Crown Commercial Service G-Cloud 11 framework

2nd July 2019: Core Technology Systems, a Microsoft Gold Partner and specialist cloud solutions provider, is delighted to announce they have been awarded a place on the G-Cloud 11 framework for supply of goods and services in all three categories: Cloud Hosting; Cloud Software and Cloud Support.

G-Cloud is the UK Government’s framework for public sector organisations to purchase cloud services, providing an efficient and cost-effective way to source cloud services from trusted suppliers.

The G-Cloud 11 framework supports the Government’s policy to centrally manage the procurement of common goods and services through an integrated commercial function at the heart of government. The framework can be used by organisations across the UK public sector including central government, local government, health, education, devolved administrations, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations.

Through G-Cloud 11, Core is able to offer an extensive range of specialist cloud services on the digital marketplace, designed to meet the highest standards of compliance and deliver outstanding commercial capability and quality customer service, including:

  • Azure Identity Services
  • Managed Infrastructure as a Service
  • Connectivity Hub
  • Core – Beezy Intranet
  • Aurora Identity and Access Management
  • Secure Government Gateway
  • Membership CRM Platform – CoreMem
  • Desktop as a Service
  • SIEMaas
  • SharePoint
  • Aurora IAM Customisation Services
  • Aurora GALSync

Paul Saer, Head of Public Sector for Core commented: “Core’s expanded range of familiar and new services available through G-Cloud further strengthens our ability to share our expertise in transforming public sector services through the adoption of flexible, secure, cost-efficient and highly-resilient cloud technologies.”

As businesses of all shapes and sizes move into an era defined by digital workplaces, there is a paradigm shift in the way people view and use the physical office space. Agility, collaboration, security and access to data are fundamental drivers that are so important for the future office, and they are all underpinned by technology.

Core’s cloud-based technology solutions and services allow users to communicate, attend virtual meetings and access data securely and without the need to be in a physical office. Citizen service providers are able to capitalise on new and changing mobile workstyles to accelerate modern working and drive better results for everyone.

Core is currently in the top 8% of all providers on the G-Cloud framework since its inception and is in the top 4% of SME providers based on revenue. With over 40 services covering Microsoft Office 365, Windows 10, Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, Identity and Access Management and Cloud Connectivity, Core’s G-Cloud 11 services bring additional capability and will enable public sector bodies to take advantage of hybrid cloud models and access the full suite of Core’s cloud-based solutions.

Press Contact

Louise Mahrra | Head of Marketing

louise.mahrra@core.co.uk | 0207 9533692

Lucy Wright
Louise Mahrra

As Head of Marketing for Core, Louise is a highly motivated senior marketing and communications professional with over 20 years’ experience. Always focused on achieving high impact and value, Louise describes herself as first and foremost a storyteller who connects with her audience and creates meaningful content that excites, inspires and educates. Having worked in a variety of industries through her career, from a world-leading technology brand to Europe’s number one protein ingredients manufacturer, Louise brings a wealth of experience and a proven history of success with media relations and excels at positioning internal subject matter experts as industry thought leaders.

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