Timico accepted into the Government (G-Cloud) framework – Bdaily

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Leading secure, connected cloud solutions provider, Timico is pleased to confirm its official appointment to the 600m UK Government Cloud (G-Cloud) 12 Framework.

With significant expertise in delivering world-class managed and professional service cloud solutions for the public sector, Timico has successfully been accepted onto the G-Cloud Framework. Today, it is forecasted to provide Timico with access to opportunities worth more than 596m.

The G-Cloud Framework was implemented by the UK Government in 2013 to support its Cloud-First policy. The platform eases the procurement of IT technology for public sector organisations, by showcasing government-approved services and removing the need for a tender or competition process.

From 28 September 2020, G-Cloud will host 20 of Timicos Cloud and Security solutions, across its three Lots Cloud Hosting, Cloud Software and Cloud Support. Services which Timico will be able to provide through the Framework include Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud along with Office 365, Teams and Security services.

Neil Muller, CEO at Timico said: Today, cloud capabilities within the public sector are more important than ever as we navigate the outcomes of Covid-19. Remote working, increased cyber security risks and a rapid advancement in technology has put the need for a cloud infrastructure at the heart of many future IT strategies.

As a recognised government-approved supplier, G-Cloud has reinforced our expertise and credibility within the sector, providing us with a platform to bolster our reach and gain greater traction, during this challenging time. We know that through the implementation of successful cloud solutions, we can maximise value, while ensuring the public sector remains connected, productive and secure. We look forward to what the coming months bring.

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Timico .

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