NetscanUK today announces that it is approved to supply 19 separate cloud offerings – across hosting, software and support – through the latest G-Cloud framework.
Nehat Krasniqi, CEO at NetscanUK, said: “Our credibility in the public sector marketplace is backed up by recent further investment in JANET and OFFICIAL government architecture accreditations. We now provide an unparalleled suite of solutions for the UK public sector via our G-Cloud 9 submission, which is testament to the investment made by NetscanUK in this space.”
Public sector organisations are clearly seeing NetscanUK’s combination of cutting-edge technology, rigorous compliance processes and dedicated support as a viable alternative to the likes of UKCloud, as the firm continues to land a string of significant public sector wins.
NetscanUK CTO Peter Duggal said: “NetscanUK’s Cloud is delivering services and peace of mind to many public sector organisations and, as always, it’s an honour to be accredited to bring our ‘Best of British’ service to the UK government through G-Cloud.
We’ve been helping central government and large public organisations for almost two decades now, working on exactly these kinds of challenges and getting to know client organisations inside out. We’re a respected G-Cloud business, and we use state-of-the-art technology, industry best practice and our own unique mix of energy and vision to deliver results you can clearly measure in user satisfaction (and not just pounds and hours saved). From improving access to data or making it more secure, right through to migrating and developing everyday applications, our mission is to create customised solutions with the benefits of scalability, flexibility and unbeatable reliability seamlessly built in..”
The latest figures from the government reveal total G-Cloud sales are approaching the £1.8bn mark.