Advanced Computer Software Group (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.
A history of collaboration
The Group, which has been on previous G-Cloud frameworks, is offering new data migration services on this latest version which went live in November 2015.
Both Advanced Business Solutions Public Sector & Enterprise and Advanced 365, the managed services and legacy application modernisation division, are included on the Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Specialist Cloud Services lots of the framework. Advanced Business Solutions is also listed on the Software as a Service lot.
Services ‘even more accessible
Gordon Wilson, CEO, Advanced Computer Software Group, 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.
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