Exponential-e has achieved approved supplier status on the G-Cloud 7 framework. Through its wide area network (WAN) offering delivered over its 100 gig-Ethernet network, it can now readily deliver Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Specialist Cloud Services (SCS) solutions to organisations in the public sector.
“The G-Cloud 7 award is another important area of Exponential-e’s comprehensive public sector package,” explained David Lozdan, head of public sector at Exponential-e. “Paired with our recent network services award, we can make it even simpler for customers to select connectivity services that complement the cloud services offered via G-Cloud.”
Its latest services will now be offered via the Digital Marketplace and include:
•Flex Support Service – service desk support to quickly resolve any incidents, requests, problems and changes
•Flex Managed Services – ensure internet and connectivity services are running at full capacity and smoothly with highly skilled engineers managing LAN and Wi-Fi 24 x7
•Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) – virtualised desktop infrastructure with access to email, security, mobility, archiving, file share and collaboration services to support productivity
•Managed Desktop-as-a-Service (MDaaS) – support services team proactively monitoring DaaS infrastructures to optimise IT and reduce the risk of failures
“Since its inception, G-Cloud has aimed to offer a broader range of cloud computing services to the public sector and greater flexibility in procurement contracts,” concluded Lee Wade, CEO, Exponential-e. “As the framework continues to open up new opportunities for public sector contracts, we look forward to standing up against the competition to grow our presence in this sector. Over the next few months, we will be investing in sales and marketing initiatives to raise awareness of our ability to offer access to resilient cloud services that remain on the inside of the corporate firewall and are delivered over a reliable and secure network.”
Exponential-e aims to feature the public sector heavily in its growth plans for 2016 as it aims for double-digit growth. The company’s appointment to the G-Cloud 7 framework will cement its presence within government computing and allow it to concentrate on achieving scale and supporting the public sector in delivering digital services.
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